Author: Kaitlin Weskamp
Editors: Brittany Dixon, Zuleirys Santana Rodriguez, Scott Barolo
Zebrafish may not look impressive, but they can do something that no human can: regenerate large portions of organs that are damaged or lost. 962 more words
Looking for new treatments for epilepsy? Start with zebrafish. That’s the approach being taken at the Alberta Children’s Hospital Research Institute.
Dr. Deborah Kurrasch is the first in Canada to bioengineer the fish to mimic pediatric epilepsy. 141 more words
Indian researchers have finally found an ideal animal model to study microvillus inclusion disease (MVID) that may affect children born out of consanguineous marriages and to screen potential drugs to treat the disease. 578 more words
Ever since I my interested in neuroscience become more serious, I was fascinated by the patch clamp technique, especially applied for the whole cell. Calcium imaging or multi-channel electrophysiology ( 609 more words