Science Updates

Science Updates

Zebrafish are extremely useful in the research and study of human diseases. To understand how and why scientists use zebrafish in for toxicology research please see the below links:

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Transgenic Zebrafish Reveal Tissue-Specific Differences in Estrogen Signaling in Response to Environmental Water Samples

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Early Zebrafish Embryogenesis Is Susceptible to Developmental TDCPP Exposure

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Climate change and pollution speed declines in zebrafish populations

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Low-dose exposure to bisphenol A and replacement bisphenol S induces precocious hypothalamic neurogenesis in embryonic zebrafish

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Zebrafish (Danio rerio) as a model organism for investigating endocrine disruption

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Dioxin induction of transgenerational inheritance of disease in zebrafish

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Halogenated Bisphenol-A Analogs Act as Obesogens in Zebrafish Larvae (Danio rerio)

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Sublethal exposure to crude oil during embryonic development alters cardiac morphology and reduces aerobic capacity in adult fish

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