• Rotifer cultures
  • One of twelve injection rigs available within the facility
  • Top: Two days post-fertilization Tg[sox2-2a-sfGFP] knock-in embryo. Bottom: Two days post-fertilization Tg[gfap-2a-tdTomato] knock-in embryo. Both photos courtesy of Jimann Shin of the Solnica-Krezel Lab
  • Fluorescent microscope screening room
  • Tritone automated feeding robot
  • Musculature of head of 7 dpf zebrafish head Tg[j1184b (Green); Tg[unc503:RFP]] (Red/pan-muscle). Picture courtesy of Ryan S. Gray of the Solnica-Krezel Lab
  • 650 cage wash machine loaded with tank parts
  • Breeding crosses set-up
  • Zebrafish caudal fin with Alizarin Red Staining/Bone (Blue); Phalliodin-647/Pan-Muscle (Red); Tg[] j1184b::GFP] enhancer (Green). Picture courtesy of Ryan S. Gray of the Solnica-Krezel Lab
  • Cage wash room
  • Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine
  • Still image of the spinal cord from time lapse imaging of a 46 hours post-fertilization embryo harboring a transgenic reporter marking sox10+ cells. Photo courtesy of Sarah Ackerman of the Monk Lab
  • Tritone robot feeding
  • One day post fertilization TG[sox2-2a-sfGFP] knock-in embryo. Photo courtesy of Jimann Shin of the Solnica-Krezel Lab
  • Tritone automated feeding robot
  • Two days post-fertilization embryo stained via in situ hybridization for sonic hedgehog mRNA expression. Photo courtesy of Sarah Ackerman of the Monk Lab
  • Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine fountain courtyard
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About the Facility


Washington University in St. Louis is now home to one of the largest zebrafish facilities in the world. And with robotic feeding and cleaning systems, it is the world’s most modern, says Lilianna Solnica-Krezel, PhD, professor and head of developmental biology at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. >>More

 

Biweekly Zebrafish Meeting


Every other Monday at 3:30 p.m. in Needleman Library, 3907 South Building. For more information please contact Isa Roszko at roszkoi@wustl.edu, or 314.362.9371.


Click here for current 2016 Meeting Schedule and Speakers

 
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