This portion of the website allows both instructors and students to view or download classroom or outreach experimental protocols. For a typical protocol, the following features are provided:
Beginner: These experiments are suitable for students just beginning to use zebrafish in the laboratory, such as students in introductory biology courses.
Virtual Staging Experiment
Using Zebrafish to Learn Statistical Analysis and Mendelian Genetics
Samantha Lindemann, Jon Senkler, Elizabeth Auchter, Jennifer O. Liang
Zebrafish (2011) 8: 41-55.
Supplemental Materials and Figures
Cartilage staining of zebrafish embryos for high school students. Zebrafish (2009) 6: 139-143.
Set of 7 protocols adapted for use in high school biology laboratories.
Zebrafish (2009) 6: 145-160.
Oxygen consumption and metabolic rate. Zebrafish (2009) 6: 161-168.
Genetics and developmental biology ntro for large intro course.
Zebrafish (2009) 6: 169-177.
Intermediate: These experiments are suitable for students who have some background in the principles of developmental biology, are familiar with using zebrafish in the laboratory, and are comfortable with common laboratory techniques such as pipetting.
Lithium Treatment to Disrupt Wnt Signaling
Cardiovascular Development using the casanova Mutant
Virtual casanova Experiment
Advanced: These experiments are suitable for students who have a background in developmental biology, are familiar with using zebrafish in the laboratory, are comfortable with advanced developmental biology terminology, and have significant experience working in the laboratory.
Microinjection of Zebrafish Embryos
Analysis of zebrafish motor behavior. Zebrafish (2009) 6: 179-185.
Differential gene expression. Zebrafish (2009) 6: 187-199.
Using zebrafish in a biomedical engineering design course.
Zebrafish (2009) 6: 201-213.
Zebrafish fin regeneration
Outreach: These experiments are designed for outreach to local schools or to the community.
Community outreach by the National Institute for Environmental Studies in Japan. Zebrafish (2009) 6: 127-132.
Bioeyes program-outreach to K-12
Zebrafish (2009) 6: 133-138. http://www.liebertonline.com/doi/pdfplus/10.1089/zeb.2008.0568