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The Zebrafish Facility

The Zebrafish Facility

 

The University's zebrafish facility was established in 2006 and is currently the largest in Norway. It is run by both the Department of Molecular Biology (MBI) and the Department of Biology (BIO).

 

The facility provides zebrafish and some technical support for researchers and students using zebrafish as a model in a variety of fields.

Contact us!

 

Siân Kristin Phillipsdepartment engineer 

Naouel Gharbisenior research technician

 

Visiting address: High Technology Centre (HIB), 3rd floor Bioblokken, Thormøhlensgate 55, Bergen 

Postal address: Po box 7803, N-5020 Bergen, Norway

Zebrafish

Fluorescent images of live transgenic embryos and larvae captured by the Zeiss SteREO Lumar microscope.

Microscopy and imaging

The microinjector is used to inject genetic material into the zebrafish embryo at an early stage of development.

Embryo

Follow the development of a zebrafish embryo under a dissection microscope.

Housing system

Zebrafish housing tanks.