A 99 days old zebrafish brain after trasnsparization.
Bright field on the left.
gfap::egfp - glial cell - signal seen under a fluorescent binocular on the right.
Transparization following the clarity method on whole mount fish brain.


© Elodie De Job, Pierre Affaticati
 
 
8th annual meeting EFOR network, May 2nd and 3rd 2017
2nd - 3rd of May 2017
EFOR - Réseau d'´Étude Fonctionnelle chez les ORganismes modèles
Colloque OPAL : Place des méthodes de remplacement en expérimentation biologique
CRISPOR: guideRNAs DESIGNER TOOL CRISPR/Cas9 Gene Editing
New plasmids for CRISPR/Cas9-mediated knock-in in zebrafish
The CRISPR Revolution
Place alternative methods in biological experimentation
Guidance on the environmental risk assessment of genetically modified animals
CRISPR Cas9: A novel approach to genetic engineering
Fish brain successfully transparized (clarity method) by the Tefor Core Facility
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