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Characterization of Spatio-Temporal Expression of Novel Hypoxia-Induced Genes in Zebrafish Public Deposited

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Imam, Farhad, and Amir, Adam. Characterization of Spatio-temporal Expression of Novel Hypoxia-induced Genes In Zebrafish. . 1120. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/fc2fd7fd-1acf-42c4-b8ef-90c5d972ea16?locale=en

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Imam, Farhad, & Amir, Adam. (1120). Characterization of Spatio-Temporal Expression of Novel Hypoxia-Induced Genes in Zebrafish. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/fc2fd7fd-1acf-42c4-b8ef-90c5d972ea16?locale=en

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Imam, Farhad, and Amir, Adam. Characterization of Spatio-Temporal Expression of Novel Hypoxia-Induced Genes In Zebrafish. 1120. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/fc2fd7fd-1acf-42c4-b8ef-90c5d972ea16?locale=en

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Hypoxia is a critical stress that can affect the normal development of a mammal embryo. Normally, Hypoxia is buffered by the Utero-placental apparatus in human infants; however, prematurely delivered infants may encounter developmental defects due to the loss of the controlled environment of the uterus. Therefore, understanding the function of the genes that are hypoxia-induced is critical to understanding developmental injury in order to attempt to prevent or treat it. Why zebrafish as a model? Experimenting with zebrafish has many advantages: Approximately 2/3 of its genome is conserved with Humans, Zebrafish embryos can tolerate a wide range of hypoxia and the embryos develop ex-utero, which allows precise manipulation of the hypoxic environment and observation of phenotypes.

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