Zebrafish in the net
- Westerfield, M., Doerry, E., and Douglas, S.
- Trends in genetics : TIG 15(6): 248-249 (Review)
- Registered Authors
- Doerry, Eck, Douglas, Sarah Ann, Westerfield, Monte
- MeSH Terms
- Chromosome Mapping*
- Computational Biology*
- Databases as Topic*
- 10354586 Full text @ Trends Genet.
Westerfield, M., Doerry, E., and Douglas, S. (1999) Zebrafish in the net. Trends in genetics : TIG. 15(6):248-249.
In recent years we have witnessed an explosion in our understanding of how genes regulate developmental and physiological processes, largely based on work from a few model genetic organisms. The zebrafish is the newest of these model organisms. Powerful techniques allow efficient generation and recovery of zebrafish mutations affecting genes that regulate developmental patterning, organogenesis, physiology and behavior, and the transparency of zebrafish embryos aids cellular analysis of gene function.
Genes / Markers
Mutation and Transgenics
Human Disease / Model Data
Sequence Targeting Reagents
Engineered Foreign Genes
Errata and Notes