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Gale Clark 07-31-2009 06:45 PM

Z Digest, Vol 50, Issue 7 fish with kinky bodies
 
How many days old are they? How many of the (approximately 12) fish are
affected?


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Hello All,

We would like to use a luciferase expression vector to tag cells in
zebrafish embryos and were wondering if anyone has tried to use
vectors commercially available from Promega (pRL-CMV) or New England
BioLabs (pCMV-gLUC)? Can these vectors be used "as-is" or does the
luciferase coding region need to be inserted into a Xenopus or
Zebrafish specific vector for expression of the luciferase in the
embryo?

Kristine Griffett
University of South Florida
Department of Cell Biology, Microbiology and Molecular Biology
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Tampa, FL 33620



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BTW: the fish were just changed from fry food to adult food. There
are about 6 pairs in the tank, definitely not overcrowded.



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