ETRIS: Education & Training Resources in In-Vivo Sciences

Educational resources and protocols

Zebrafish in the Classroom

Zebrafish in the Classroom is a comprehensive resource to facilitate the use of Zebrafish in student education. It comprises of information on how to breed and maintain Zebrafish, laboratory protocols using live Zebrafish, data/images for use in virtual experiments, tutorials and videos. It also has many supplementary resources including a glossary of zebrafish-related terminology and links to the Zebrafish Information Network (ZFIN), the latter providing additional information about the use of zebrafish as a model system.

This resource was developed by Dr. Jennifer Liang and colleagues from Case Western Reserve University and University of Minnesota-Duluth. All resources are licenced under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported Licence.

It is suitable for use in undergraduate student education. It can also be used as a useful information source for individuals who utilise zebrafish in their research.

Other resources in this category:

  • Anxiety responses in rodents - view
  • Escape responses in Zebrafish - view
  • Glucose Tolerance Tests - view
  • In-vivo time-lapse imaging in the Zebrafish lateral line - view
  • In-vivo Voltammetry - view
  • Inexpensive Tail Flick Analgesia Meter - view
  • Microdialysis - view
  • Psychostimulant actions on rodent behaviours - view
  • Renal response to volume expansion - view
  • Sensory physiology - view
  • The zebrafish brain in research and teaching - view
  • Zebrafish in the Classroom - view

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