The Zebrafish: Cellular and Developmental Biology, Part A, Volume 133

3rd Edition

Serial Volume Editors: H. William Detrich, III
Hardcover ISBN: 9780123848925
eBook ISBN: 9780123848932
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 9th December 2010
Page Count: 366
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Table of Contents

Part I: Cell Biology

    1. Cytoskeletal Analysis of Early Zebrafish Embryos
    2. Martin Wühr, William H. Detrich III, and Timothy J. Mitchison

    3. Development of Zebrafish Progenitor Cultures
    4. David Traver

    5. Axon Guidance in the Zebrafish
    6. Chi-Bin Chien

    7. Imaging Blood Vessels in the Zebrafish
    8. Weinstein

    9. Lipid Metabolism in Zebrafish
    10. Steven Farber

    11. Analysis of the Cell Cycle in Zebrafish
    12. James Amatruda

    13. Medaka Haploid Cells
    14. Hong Wunhan

    15. Ciliary Transport
    16. Jarema Malicki and Zhoxia Sun

       

      Part II: Developmental and Neural Biology

    17. Light Sheet Microscopy
    18. Ernst Steltzer and Jochen Wittbrodt

    19. Multiscale Dynamics in Zebrafish Embryogenesis
    20. Nadine Peyriéras

    21. The caspar Mutant in Organogenesis
    22. Len Zon

    23. Neurogenesis
    24. Prisca Chapouton and Leanne Godinho

    25. Development of the Peripheral Sympathetic Nervous SystemRodney Stewart, A. Thomas Look, John Kanki, and Paul Henion
    26. Enteric Nervous System
    27. Judith Eisen, Iain Shepherd

    28. Electrophysiological Methods for the Lateral Line
    29. Theresa Nicholson

    30. Computer-Aided Screening for Zebrafish Embryonic Motility Mutants
    31. Charles Lessman

    32. Photoreceptor Structure and Development: Analyses Using GFP Transgenes
    33. Brian Perkins, James Fadool, and John Dowling

    34. Approaches to Study Neurogenesis in the Zebrafish Retina
    35. Andrei Avanesov and Jarema Ma


Description

This volume of Methods in Cell Biology, the first of 3 parts on the subject of zebrafish, provides a comprehensive compendia of laboratory protocols and reviews covering all the new methods developed since 2004. This first volume provides state-of-the-art descriptions of novel cellular imaging technologies and methods for culture of zebrafish stem cells, summarizes protocols for analyzingthe development of major organ systems including the central nervous system (CNS), and introduces the use of the zebrafish as a model system for human diseases.

Key Features

  • Details state-of-the art zebrafish protocols, delineating critical steps in the procedures as well as potential pitfalls
    * Summarizes the Zebrafish Genome Project

Readership

Developmental biologists, neurobiologists, and cell biologists.


Details

No. of pages:
366
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Academic Press 2010
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
Hardcover ISBN:
9780123848925
eBook ISBN:
9780123848932

About the Serial Volume Editors

H. William Detrich, III Serial Volume Editor

Professor of Biochemistry and Marine Biology at Northeastern University, promoted 1996. Joined Northeastern faculty in 1987. Previously a faculty member in Dept. of Biochemistry at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, 1983-1987.Principal Investigator in the U.S. Antarctic Program since 1984. Twelve field seasons "on the ice" since 1981. Research conducted at Palmer Station, Antarctica, and McMurdo Station, Antarctica.Research areas: Biochemical, cellular, and physiological adaptation to low and high temperatures. Structure and function of cytoplasmic microtubules and microtubule-dependent motors from cold-adapted Antarctic fishes. Regulation of tubulin and globin gene expression in zebrafish and Antarctic fishes. Role of microtubules in morphogenesis of the zebrafish embryo. Developmental hemapoiesis in zebrafish and Antarctic fishes. UV-induced DNA damage and repair in Antarctic marine organisms.

Affiliations and Expertise

Northeastern University, Boston, MA, USA