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Using Whole Mount in situ Hybridization to Link Molecular and Organismal Biology

DOI :

10.3791/2533-v

12:50 min

March 31st, 2011

March 31st, 2011

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1Department of Biology, Syracuse University, 2Department of Science Teaching, Syracuse University

Whole mount in situ hybridization (WISH) was used in an upper level undergraduate Comparative Vertebrate Biology course in addition to vertebrate dissections. This gave students the opportunity to study gene expression patterns as well as gross anatomy, linking the study of molecular and organismal biology within one course.

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