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Oral Intubation of Adult Zebrafish to Administer Experimental Compounds

This video demonstrates a technique for orally intubating adult zebrafish to administer experimental compounds into the esophagus and monitor their intestinal uptake. This method offers a valuable model for studying the dynamics of oral prophylactics or other compounds within the intestine.

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1. Solutions Required

  1. Prepare 150 mg/L (for anesthesia) or 300 mg/L (for euthanasia) of ethyl 3-aminobenzoate methanesulfonate (MS-222) solution with water from the aquarium where the zebrafish are maintained. Fill a small tank with 1 L of anesthetic solution and keep it aerated.
  2. Fill another small tank with 1 L o.......

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