• Translational research

Researchers have unraveled the molecular basis of many human disorders, and a very large part (over 80 percent) of the genes we know to be associated with human disease have homologues in zebrafish. Social behavior, anxiety-like behavior, and learning and memory can easily be studied in zebrafish. In addition, zebrafish are easily genetically manipulated, optogenetically stimulated, and readily absorb compounds from the water they swim in.

 

All these attributes, alongside the general advantages of using zebrafish in the lab (small size, high reproductive rate, transparent development outside of the mother, etc.) have contributed to the popularity of zebrafish in translational research.

Using zebrafish models, many scientific advances have been made in research on Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, autism spectrum disorder, several heart conditions, anxiety disorders, learning disabilities, addiction, and eating disorders – the list goes on and on.  

DanioVision is the complete system designed for experiments with zebrafish larvae. 

DanioScope is the premier software tool to investigate a scope of zebrafish embryo and larvae parameters. 

EthoVision XT is the world's most used video tracking tool, as well as a software platform to build your set-up on. 

Track3D is a video-based system for automated tracking of fish in a three-dimensional space.