Zebrafish
Consortium

  • Toluidine blue staining of a cross section through a five days post-fertilization zebrafish. Photo courtesy of Sarah Ackerman of the Monk Lab
  • Two days post fertilization TG[Dchs1b-sfGfp] knock-in embryo. Photo courtesy of Jimann Shin of the Solnica-Krezel Lab
  • This lateral view of a three-day-old zebrafish embryo illustrates that notochord tissue is actually composed of two distinct tissues: the vacuolated cells in purple (marked by Tg[twhh-memRFP]) and the sheath epithelium or chondrocytes in green (marked by Tg[1.75KB col2a1-memGFP]). Both tissues are derived from the chordamesoderm. Picture courtesy of Ryan S. Gray of the Solnica-Krezel Lab
  • Spinal cord cross section of Tg[20red gfap-2a-td Tomato 20green GFAP knock-in. Photo courtesy of Jimann Shin of the Solnica-Krezel Lab
  • Tritone automated feeding robot
  • Frontal view of 5 dpf zebrafish with Tg[Druk::GFP] (Green); Tg(tph2:NfsB-mCherry)y227 (pineal gland marker-Red) zebrafish. Picture courtesy of Ryan S. Gray of the Solnica-Krezel Lab
  • Acetylated tubulin antibody labeling in the brain of a five-day post-fertilization zebrafish embryo. Photo courtesy of Breanne Harty of the Monk Lab
  • Cage wash room
  • MicroCT imaging of bhujangasanastl95 mutant and wild type sibling (60 dpf). Picture courtesy of Ryan S. Gray of the Solnica-Krezel Lab
  • Tg[1.75KBCol2a1a::GFP-CAAX] (Green); Alizarin Red (Magenta). Top- SL4, middle- SL5, and bottom- SL7. Picture courtesy of Ryan S. Gray of the Solnica-Krezel Lab
  • Five-day-post-fertilization myelin basic protein in situ hybridization. Photo courtesy of Nicholas Sanchez of the Monk Lab
  • Unknown enhancer zebrafish 3 dpf. Picture courtesy of Ryan S. Gray of the Solnica-Krezel Lab
  • Breeding crosses set-up
  • Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine
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Biweekly Zebrafish Meeting

Every other Monday at 3:30 p.m. in Needleman Library, 3907 South Building. For more information please contact Isa Roszko at roszkoi@wustl.edu, or 314.362.9371.

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