MSUM undergrad coauthors Cory Sailer and Sonny Radenic recently had a chapter published in the book “Zebrafish Protocols for Neurobehavioral Research.”

Radenic and Sailer’s chapter is titled:

Salier CD, Radenic SJ, Wisenden BD. 2012. A method for sorting zebrafish on the exploratory-boldness behavioral axis. In: Zebrafish Neurobehavioral Protocols Vol II (Kalueff AV, Stewart A, eds). Humana Press.

“Zebrafish Protocols for Neurobehavioral Research” includes:

  • Protocols for both larval and adult zebrafish in order to cover the gamut of their potential in neurobehavioral research.
  • Features clear, step-by-step techniques, proven successful in laboratories around the world.
  • Contains key tips and implementation advice from the experts.

Thorough and cutting edge, this volume is a useful, authoritative reference guide that should hold a coveted spot in zebrafish laboratories across the globe.

Radenic is now in chiropractic school and Sailer is applying to medical school.

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