Zebrafish as a model for hemorrhagic stroke
- Butler, M.G., Gore, A.V., and Weinstein, B.M.
- Methods in cell biology 105: 137-161 (Chapter)
- Registered Authors
- Butler, Matthew, Gore, Aniket, Weinstein, Brant M.
- blood vessel, endothelial cell, hemorrhagic, homeostasis, ischemia, stroke
- MeSH Terms
- Animals, Genetically Modified
- Blood Vessels/pathology
- Developmental Biology/methods*
- Disease Models, Animal
- Embryo, Nonmammalian/blood supply
- Embryo, Nonmammalian/physiopathology*
- High-Throughput Screening Assays*
- Intracranial Hemorrhages/genetics
- Intracranial Hemorrhages/physiopathology*
- Larva/growth & development
- 21951529 Full text @ Meth. Cell. Biol.
Butler, M.G., Gore, A.V., and Weinstein, B.M. (2011) Zebrafish as a model for hemorrhagic stroke. Methods in cell biology. 105:137-161.
Blood vessels perform the fundamental role of providing conduits for the circulation of oxygen and nutrients and the removal of waste products throughout the body. Disruption of tissue perfusion by ischemia or hemorrhage of blood vessels has a range of devastating consequences including stroke. Stroke is a complex trait that includes both genetic and environmental risk factors. The zebrafish is an attractive model for the study of hemorrhagic stroke due to the conservation of the molecular mechanisms of blood vascular development among vertebrates and the experimental advantages that can be applied to zebrafish embryos and larva. This chapter will focus on the maintenance of vascular integrity and some of the seminal experimentation carried out in the zebrafish.
Genes / Markers
Mutation and Transgenics
Human Disease / Model Data
Sequence Targeting Reagents
Engineered Foreign Genes
Errata and Notes