ZFIN ID: ZDB-EXP-210305-5
Experiment Conditions Description: light damage: posterior cardinal vein, chemical treatment by environment: 6-aminohexanoic acid
light damage: posterior cardinal vein
Name: light damage
Definition: Physical alteration which uses light to damage the anatomical structure, cell, or organ.
Ontology: Zebrafish Environment Condition Ontology [ZECO:0000245]
Name: posterior cardinal vein
Synonyms: axial vein, caudal cardinal veins, PCV, postcardinal vein
Definition: Continuation of the caudal vein cranial to the anal pore. The cardinal vein splits into a pair of vessels in the cranial trunk, just caudal to the radix of the aorta. The posterior cardinals each empty into the common cardinal vein.
Ontology: Anatomy Ontology [ZFA:0000477]
chemical treatment by environment: 6-aminohexanoic acid
Name: chemical treatment by environment
Definition: Chemical treatment condition in which the chemical is introduced through the environment. For zebrafish this is the tank water.
Ontology: Zebrafish Environment Condition Ontology [ZECO:0000238]
Name: 6-aminohexanoic acid
Synonyms: 6-Aminocaproic acid, 6-Aminohexanoic acid, acide aminocaproque, acido aminocaproico, acidum aminocaproicum, Ahx, Amicar, Amikar, AMINOCAPROIC, aminocaproic acid, aminohexanoic acid, Capralense, Capramol, Caproamin, Caprocid, Caprolisin, EACA, Epsamon, Epsicaprom, Epsicapron, Epsikapron, Epsilcapramin, Epsilcapramine, Epsilon S, epsilon-Ahx, epsilon-amino-n-hexanoic acid, epsilon-aminocaproic acid, epsilon-aminohexanoic acid, epsilon-leucine, epsilon-norleucine, omega-aminocaproic acid, omega-aminohexanoic acid, Respramin, Z
Definition: An epsilon-amino acid comprising hexanoic acid carrying an amino substituent at position C-6. Used to control postoperative bleeding, and to treat overdose effects of the thrombolytic agents streptokinase and tissue plasminogen activator.
Ontology: Chebi [CHEBI:16586]
Publication: Grzegorski et al., 2020