App note: High-throughput imaging assays using zebrafish
Posted: 23 December 2015 | Molecular Devices | No comments yet
In this application note you will find out how zebrafish screening assays and high content imaging can be used to investigate human disease models…
Zebrafish are gaining favour in translational research due to their high biological similarity to humans, cost effectiveness, and throughput.
In this application note from Molecular Devices you will find out how zebrafish screening assays and high content imaging can be used to investigate human disease models.
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