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- n. A percoid fish, Neotephrœops zebra, found in Australian waters.
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Moreover, the work contrasts with findings from animal models such as mouse and zebra-fish, pillars of developmental biology and thus helps cement the importance of the models being developed from human embryonic stem cells.
Solubilisation and refolding were carried out using methods published previously for the zebra-fish myostatin precursor protein
In Vitro Refolding of MstnPP Results in the Production of Large Soluble Aggregates in vitro using a modification of methods described for zebra-fish myostatin
Here, a zebra-fish, there one with rainbow colours.
With a significant genetic similarity to humans and the presence of many vital organs including the heart, brain and liver, the larval zebra-fish is highly suitable for screening potential drug candidates for efficacy and safety effects.
Tangtang 发表于 2008-09-06 03: 50: 43 very fascinating, though i have heard of a large portion of his talk in advance ... he makes concepts accessible and clear and also interesting ... the demo with 3d-reconstructed zebra-fish neurosystem was really cool ...
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