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Applications in Methods of Toxicological Research: Zebrafish Lab

As you may have guessed, our curriculum at KI involves different labs and methods. Even though they all have their memorable moments, one of the laboratories we worked in the course of Applications of Methods in Toxicological Research that interested me the most is the zebrafish lab.  430 more words

Academics

Research Roundup: March for Science, promising headway in stem cell treatments, new treatment for cystic fibrosis and more!

Welcome to this week’s Research Roundup. These Friday posts aim to inform our readers about the many stories that relate to animal research each week. Do you have an animal research story we should include in next week’s Research Roundup? 993 more words

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Measuring Tiny Masses Acoustically

How do you measure the mass of something really, really tiny? Like fish-embryo tiny. There aren’t many scales with the sensitivity and the resolution to make meaningful measurements in the nanogram range, so you’ve got to turn to other methods, like… 232 more words

Misc Hacks

Research Roundup: Fighting antibiotic resistance with maple syrup, epigenetic effects from light and diet, and HPV vaccine success

Welcome to this week’s Research Roundup. These Friday posts aim to inform our readers about the many stories that relate to animal research each week. Do you have an animal research story we should include in next week’s Research Roundup? 1,029 more words

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Zebrafish and Flatworms: Lessons in Regrowth after Loss

“It’s a boy!”

“What??!!” Surprise and bewilderment on the new mother’s face. You see, we were convinced until that very moment that we were having a girl. 1,183 more words

Parenting

#NephMadness 2017: Genetics Region

Submit your picks! | NephMadness 2017 | #NephMadness or #GeneticsRegion

The field of genetics has changed tremendously since Gregor Mendel first tended to his pea garden and characterized “dominant” and “recessive” inheritance of phenotypic traits. 1,804 more words

NephMadness

Proteomics analysis of zebrafish brain following chronically exposed to bisphenol A

Bisphenol A, a plastic monomer and plasticizer, is a well-known endocrine disrupter, widely present in the aquatic environment, but little is known regarding its neurotoxicity in fish. 130 more words

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