複屈折およびタッチ呼び起こすエスケープ応答アッセイによる幼虫のゼブラフィッシュ骨格筋の欠陥の分析

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Smith, L. L., Beggs, A. H., Gupta, V. A. Analysis of Skeletal Muscle Defects in Larval Zebrafish by Birefringence and Touch-evoke Escape Response Assays. J. Vis. Exp. (82), e50925, doi:10.3791/50925 (2013).

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Name Company Catalog Number Comments
Tricaine Sigma A5040
Petri dishes Fischer Scientific 0875711Z
Forceps Fischer Scientific 100189-588
Insect pin Fischer Scientific S67375
Polarized lenses Ritz Camera Quantaray Tristar Optics C-PL 72mm
Incubator Fischer Scientific Isotemp Incubator Model 630D
Microscope Nikon Instruments Inc. SMZ 1500
Camera Diagnostic Instruments Inc. SPOT RT3
Imaging software Diagnostic Instruments Inc. SPOT 5.1 Advanced

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