Zebrafish cancer: the state of the art and the path forward

@article{White2013ZebrafishCT,
  title={Zebrafish cancer: the state of the art and the path forward},
  author={Richard M White and Kristin Melissa Rose and Leonard I. Zon},
  journal={Nature Reviews Cancer},
  year={2013},
  volume={13},
  pages={624-636}
}
The zebrafish is a recent addition to animal models of human cancer, and studies using this model are rapidly contributing major insights. Zebrafish develop cancer spontaneously, after mutagen exposure and through transgenesis. The tumours resemble human cancers at the histological, gene expression and genomic levels. The ability to carry out in vivo imaging, chemical and genetic screens, and high-throughput transgenesis offers a unique opportunity to functionally characterize the cancer genome… CONTINUE READING
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