Glowing fish shines light on impacts of pollution

Researchers at the University of Exeter have created a transgenic zebrafish which produces highly targeted green fluorescent signals when exposed to environmental estrogens... Continue Reading Glowing fish shines light on impacts of pollutionSection: Research WatchTags: bioluminescence, Biosensor, Fish, Sensor, University of Exeter Related Articles: Faster process for imaging zebrafish larvae should speed up medical research Zebrafish sheds light on blindness Is your sunscreen damaging the environment? Pesticide exposure linked to lower IQ in children Really green power - running an electric circuit from trees Robot becomes a leader among fish

Glowing fish shines light on impacts of pollution

Researchers at the University of Exeter have created a transgenic zebrafish which produces highly targeted green fluorescent signals when exposed to environmental estrogens... Continue Reading ...

Mon 23 Apr 12 from Gizmag

Green-glowing fish provides new insights into health impacts of pollution

Understanding the damage that pollution causes to both wildlife and human health is set to become much easier thanks to a new green-glowing zebrafish. Created by a team from the University of ...

Wed 18 Apr 12 from Phys.org

Green-Glowing Fish Aids Pollution Research, Thu 19 Apr 12 from Laboratory Equipment

Green-glowing fish provides new insights into health impacts of pollution, Wed 18 Apr 12 from Biology News

Green-glowing fish provides new insights into health impacts of pollution, Wed 18 Apr 12 from Labspaces.net

Green-glowing fish provides new insights into health impacts of pollution, Wed 18 Apr 12 from ScienceDaily

Green-glowing fish provides new insights into health impacts of pollution, Wed 18 Apr 12 from Eurekalert

Fish Glow Green After Genetic Engineering

A genetically engineered fish that glows green from the inside out is helping illuminate what pollutants do inside the body.

Mon 23 Apr 12 from National Geographic

Glowing fish help in chemical study

EXETER, England, April 18 (UPI) -- Fish that glow in the dark can help in understanding the damage pollution causes to both wildlife and human health, researchers in Britain say.

Wed 18 Apr 12 from UPI

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