Original Article. Effect of Bioaccumulation of Gold Nanoparticles on Ovarian Morphology of Female Zebrafish (Danio rerio) 1 Navami Dayal, 2 Dipty Singh, 3 Poonam Patil 4 Mansee Thakur 2 Geeta Vanage 1,3 D. S. Joshi. 1 Department of Genetics, MGM Institute of Health Sciences, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra, India; 2.National Centre for Preclinical Reproductive and Genetic Toxicology (NIRRH), National.
The Golden Zebra Danio is a specialty bred color variation of the Zebra Danio and many are produced for the aquarium industry. Other common names they are known by include Gold Zebra Danio, Gold Danio, and Gold Zebrafish. It has also been developed as a long fin variety called the Longfin Gold Zebra Danio or Longfin Gold Danio. There are no wild populations of these color morphs.
In April 2020, the International Zebrafish Society (IZFS) launched the IZFS Webinar Series. The series includes a variety of research and professional development topics. The content of the webinars is designed for researchers from every career level and to share the latest scientific findings, methods, technologies, and products to facilitate research. The format provides direct access to.
Here, we used a gold nanobeacon designed to specifically silence the enhanced green fluorescence protein (EGFP) mRNA in embryos of a fli-EGFP transgenic zebrafish line, while simultaneously.
Panels A and B show the dye coloration in wild-type zebrafish embryos when either slc24a5 (Panel A) or dct are expressed (Panel B). The dct protein is an enzyme that initiates an important step in melanin production and resides inside melanophores and the pigment tissues of the eye. Because the dye distribution is similar in both cases, we can conclude that, similar to dct, the expression of.
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The extraordinary capability of zebrafish silent heart (sih b109) mutant embryos of surviving up to 5 days post fertilization thanks to diffused oxygen, in absence of active circulation, leads to considerer zebrafish as the gold standard in the field of developmental cardiovascular research.
The zebrafish or zebra danio, Danio rerio, is a coldwater fish belonging to the minnow family (). It is a popular aquarium fish, frequently sold under the trade name zebra danio, and is also an important model organism in scientific research. Taxonomy. The zebrafish is a derived member of the genus Danio.It has a sister group relationship with Danio kyathit.
Black Gold II specifically labels myelin (Schmued et al., 2008) and has previously been used to label myelin in the zebrafish brain (Larson et al., 2010). Black Gold II labeling of individual myelinated axons appears black, whereas large myelinated tracts, like the spinal motor nerve root, appear deep red to brown in color. After collection via microtome sectioning, the 0.1 M sodium cacodylate.
Keywords: biocompatibility, diffusion and transport, embryos, gold nanoparticle, In vivo imaging, single nanoparticle optics, toxicity, zebrafish Introduction Gold (Au) nanoparticles have been used for a variety of applications over 400 years. 1, 2 Because Au possesses inert chemical properties, it has been widely considered as one of most stable and biocompatible materials.
Surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) nanoprobes (NPs) comprising gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) as enhancing substrate and nonfluorescent Raman labels were synthesized and microinjected into zebrafish embryos at the one-cell stage. Raman mapping was performed to assess their distribution in various cell-types and tissues of developing embryo at.
The original zebrafish (or zebra danio, Danio rerio) is a native of rivers in India and Bangladesh.It measures three centimeters long and has gold and dark blue stripes. In 1999, Dr. Zhiyuan Gong and his colleagues at the National University of Singapore were working with a gene that encodes the green fluorescent protein (GFP), originally extracted from a jellyfish, that naturally produced.
The typical body shape of a male zebrafish is very slender compared to that of the female. Males tend to be much more active than female zebrafish. They also appear to be more gold or yellow in color than females on the ventral side of their body (belly). Females have much more distinct characteristics than males because of their enlarged bellies where eggs are stored. Females tend to move a.
Zebrafish were exposed to a gold nanorod solution (0.5 mM) for 10 min. Mucous membranes were collected either on ITO plate or blotting membrane. The adsorption and retention of gold nanorods in mucous membranes were evaluated by mass spectrometry of gold ions desorbed from the nanorods. Nanorods modified with cationic polymers were retained in.
Toxicity assays of silver, gold, and platinum nanoparticles, using zebrafish embryos to study their developmental effects were carried out. Gold (Au-NP, 15-35 nm), silver (Ag-NP, 5-35 nm) and platinum nanoparticles (Pt-NP, 3-10 nm) were synthesized using polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) as a capping agent. Toxicity was recorded in terms of mortality, hatching delay, phenotypic defects and metal.Males are torpedo-shaped and have gold stripes between the blue stripes; females have a larger, whitish belly and have silver stripes instead of gold. Adult females will exhibit a small genital papilla in front of the anal fin origin. The zebrafish can grow to 6.4 centimetres (2.5 in), although it is uncommon for them to grow past 4 cm in.We describe a protocol for culturing neurons from transgenic zebrafish embryos to investigate the subcellular distribution and protein aggregation status of neurodegenerative disease-causing proteins. The utility of the protocol was demonstrated on cell cultures from zebrafish that transgenically express disease-causing variants of human fused in sarcoma (FUS) and ataxin-3 proteins, in order.