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    Zebrafish Embryo Xenograft and Metastasis Assay
    Authors:  Ilkka Paatero, Sanni Alve, Silvia Gramolelli, Johanna Ivaska and Päivi M. Ojala, date: 09/20/2018, view: 3351, Q&A: 1
    [Abstract] Xenograft models, and in particular the mouse xenograft model, where human cancer cells are transplanted into immunocompromised mice, have been used extensively in cancer studies. Although these models have contributed enormously to our understanding of cancer biology, the zebrafish xenograft model offers several advantages over the mouse model. ...
    Detection of Reactive Oxygen Species Using MitoSOX and CellROX in Zebrafish
    Authors:  Alberto Rissone and Fabio Candotti, date: 10/05/2016, view: 14710, Q&A: 1
    [Abstract] The production of free radicals is the result of normal cellular metabolism. Free radicals are involved in innumerable different cellular and biological functions such as signaling, proliferation, cell death, aging, inflammation, etc. Under physiological conditions, the levels of reactive oxygen species (ROS) are strictly regulated by the ...
    Fluorescence Microscopy for Cilia in Cultured Cells and Zebrafish Embryos
    Authors:  Jingli Cao, Xueliang Zhu and Xiumin Yan, date: 07/20/2014, view: 10473, Q&A: 0
    [Abstract] Cilia are microtubule-based hair-like projections found in organisms, ranging from protozoa to mammals. This protocol provides methods for immunofluorescence staining of cilia in cultured cells and zebrafish embryos.
    Motility Assay for Zebrafish Embryos
    Authors:  Michelle F. Goody and Clarissa A. Henry, date: 06/05/2013, view: 8645, Q&A: 0
    [Abstract] Analyzing the swimming ability of 2 days post fertilization zebrafish embryos can be a useful technique to study neuromuscular function. Here is a protocol for determining the time it takes for zebrafish embryos to swim a predetermined distance.



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