Neurochemical anatomy of the zebrafish retina as determined by immunocytochemistry

@article{Yazulla2001NeurochemicalAO,
  title={Neurochemical anatomy of the zebrafish retina as determined by immunocytochemistry},
  author={Stephen Yazulla and Keith M. Studholme},
  journal={Journal of Neurocytology},
  year={2001},
  volume={30},
  pages={551-592}
}
The zebrafish retina is rapidly becoming a major preparation for the study of molecular genetic mechanisms underlying neural development and visual behavior. Studies utilizing retinal mutants would benefit by the availability of a data base on the distribution of neurotransmitter systems in the wild-type fish. To this end, the neurochemical anatomy of the zebrafish retina was surveyed by light microscopic immunocytochemistry. An extensive series of 60 separate antibodies were used to describe… CONTINUE READING

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