Frøyset et al., 2016 - Quantitative proteomics analysis of zebrafish exposed to sub-lethal dosages of β-methyl-amino-L-alanine (BMAA). Scientific Reports   6:29631 Full text @ Sci. Rep.

Fig. 1

BMAA reduces heart rate, but does not alter larvae phenotype.

Zebrafish embryos were injected at the one-cell stage with 4.2 nL (6.5 ng) of BMAA, equivalent volume of solvent control or left un-injected. (A) Box plot of heart rate (beats/min) measured at 3 dpf. Middle line in box represents the median, lower box bound the first quartile, and upper box bound the third quartile. n = 19–37 from two independent experiments, p < 0.001 (B) Un-injected larvae at 4 dpf. (C) BMAA-injected larvae at 4 dpf.

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