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ZFIN ID: ZDB-EXP-081218-1
Experiment Conditions Description: amputation: fin, hypoxia, chemical treatment: pharmaceutical, chemical treatment: cobalt dichloride
amputation: fin
Name: amputation
Synonyms:
Definition: Resection condtion in which all or part of an extremity such as the fin or tail are removed.
Ontology: Zebrafish Environment Condition Ontology [ZECO:0000172]
Name: fin
Synonyms: fins
Definition: Surface structure involved in locomotion.
Ontology: Anatomy Ontology [ZFA:0000108]
hypoxia
Name: hypoxia
Synonyms:
Definition:
Ontology: Zebrafish Environment Condition Ontology [ZECO:0000189]
chemical treatment: pharmaceutical
Name: chemical treatment
Synonyms:
Definition: Experimental condition in which the fish is treated with a chemical substance. This treatment could be administered by adding the chemical substance to the tank water, injections, or by consumption.
Ontology: Zebrafish Environment Condition Ontology [ZECO:0000111]
Name: pharmaceutical
Synonyms: farmaco, medicament, pharmaceuticals
Definition: Any substance introduced into a living organism with therapeutic or diagnostic purpose.
Ontology: Chebi [CHEBI:52217]
chemical treatment: cobalt dichloride
Name: chemical treatment
Synonyms:
Definition: Experimental condition in which the fish is treated with a chemical substance. This treatment could be administered by adding the chemical substance to the tank water, injections, or by consumption.
Ontology: Zebrafish Environment Condition Ontology [ZECO:0000111]
Name: cobalt dichloride
Synonyms: cobalt chloride, cobalt dichloride, cobalt muriate, cobalt(2+) chloride, cobalt(II) chloride, cobaltous chloride, cobaltous chloride anhydrous, cobaltous dichloride, CoCl2, dichlorocobalt, Kobalt chlorid, Kobalt(II)-chlorid, Kobaltdichlorid
Definition: A cobalt salt in which the cobalt metal is in the +2 oxidation state and the counter-anion is chloride. It is used as an indicator for water in desiccants.
Ontology: Chebi [CHEBI:35696]
Publication: Eyries et al., 2008