[Zbrafish] Re: Autofluorescent-free zebrafish?

Rachel Tell via zbrafish%40net.bio.net (by rtell from iastate.edu)
Tue Jan 5 13:32:44 EST 2010


There is the Roy (roy orbison) line which lacks iridiphore pigmentation,
that significantly cuts down on auto-fluorescence (as in, nearly to zero, in
my experience).
They are spooky-looking, but may fit the bill for you.
-Rachel Tell

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Rachel Tell, DVM
Research Assistant, PhD Student
Interdepartmental Immunobiology Graduate Studies Program
Biomedical Sciences
Iowa State University
rtell from iastate.edu



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> Has anyone heard of a line of zebrafish that autofluoresce less than
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