Online access is now available to Zebrafish, starting with volume 1, issue 1.
Zebrafish is “ the only peer-reviewed journal to focus on the zebrafish, which has numerous valuable features as a model organism for the study of vertebrate development. Due to its prolific reproduction and the external development of the transparent embryo, the zebrafish is a prime model for genetic and developmental studies, as well as research in toxicology and genomics. While genetically more distant from humans, the vertebrate zebrafish nevertheless has comparable organs and tissues, such as heart, kidney, pancreas, bones, and cartilage.”
The journal can accessed through the links in this blog post or by searching the library catalog or the e-journal search page. It is indexed in the PubMed, Scopus and Web of Science citation databases. Off-campus access is available to students, faculty and staff who use the Libraries’ links and sign in with a HawkID and password.
If you have any questions or would like to learn more about Zebrafish, please contact the Sciences Library at firstname.lastname@example.org or 335-3083.