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The Zebrafish Genetics and Genomics

Handbook / Manual Out of Print
Series: Methods in Cell Biology Volume: 60
Edited By: H William Detrich, Leonard I Zon and Monte Westerfield
450 pages, 11 col illus
Publisher: Academic Press
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  • The Zebrafish ISBN: 9780122121722 Spiralbound Dec 1998 Out of Print #86444
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Presents laboratory protocols and reviews that focus on Danio rerio, the tropical, freshwater fish that has emerged as an extremely powerful molecular-genetic model system for analysis of vertebrate development.

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Handbook / Manual Out of Print
Series: Methods in Cell Biology Volume: 60
Edited By: H William Detrich, Leonard I Zon and Monte Westerfield
450 pages, 11 col illus
Publisher: Academic Press
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