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Flow Cytometry:

Article Title: Surrogate Production of Eggs and Sperm by Intrapapillary Transplantation of Germ Cells in Cytoablated Adult Fish
Article Snippet: .. Briefly, the fish were anesthetized in 200 ppm Phenoxyethanol (Wako Pure Chemicals Ind., Osaka, Japan) and held upside down onto an operation platform under a microscope where they received a constant flow of oxygenated, cool water containing 100 ppm of the anesthetic through the gills. .. To prevent desiccation, the surface of the fish was moisturized during the entire GCT procedure, which took about 8–10 min per fish on average.

Article Title: Germ Cell Transplantation Using Sexually Competent Fish: An Approach for Rapid Propagation of Endangered and Valuable Germlines
Article Snippet: .. For this purpose, the fish were anesthetized in 200 ppm phenoxyethanol (Wako Pure Chemicals Ind., Osaka, Japan) and placed on an operation platform under a microscope where they received a constant flow of oxygenated, cool water containing 100 ppm of the anesthetic through the gills. .. To prevent desiccation, the surface of the fish was moisturized during the entire GCT procedure, which took about 20 min per fish on average.

Fluorescence:

Article Title: Production of the medaka derived from vitrified whole testes by germ cell transplantation
Article Snippet: .. After anesthetization with 2 ppm 2-phenoxyethanol (Wako, Osaka, Japan) and decapitation, whole testes were obtained from 2- to 4-month-old dominant orange-colored olvas-GFP transgenic medaka whose germ cells were labeled with green fluorescence . .. Wild type (WT) triploid dominant black-colored medaka were used as recipients of germ-cell transplantation.

Labeling:

Article Title: Production of the medaka derived from vitrified whole testes by germ cell transplantation
Article Snippet: .. After anesthetization with 2 ppm 2-phenoxyethanol (Wako, Osaka, Japan) and decapitation, whole testes were obtained from 2- to 4-month-old dominant orange-colored olvas-GFP transgenic medaka whose germ cells were labeled with green fluorescence . .. Wild type (WT) triploid dominant black-colored medaka were used as recipients of germ-cell transplantation.

Transgenic Assay:

Article Title: Production of the medaka derived from vitrified whole testes by germ cell transplantation
Article Snippet: .. After anesthetization with 2 ppm 2-phenoxyethanol (Wako, Osaka, Japan) and decapitation, whole testes were obtained from 2- to 4-month-old dominant orange-colored olvas-GFP transgenic medaka whose germ cells were labeled with green fluorescence . .. Wild type (WT) triploid dominant black-colored medaka were used as recipients of germ-cell transplantation.

other:

Article Title: Quantitative Phenotyping-Based In Vivo Chemical Screening in a Zebrafish Model of Leukemia Stem Cell Xenotransplantation
Article Snippet: For anesthesia, 100 ppm 2-phenoxyethanol (2-PE; Wako Pure Chemical Industries, Osaka, Japan) was diluted in E3 medium (5 mM NaCl, 0.17 mM KCl, 0.4 mM CaCl2 , and 0.16 mM MgSO4 ).

Microscopy:

Article Title: Surrogate Production of Eggs and Sperm by Intrapapillary Transplantation of Germ Cells in Cytoablated Adult Fish
Article Snippet: .. Briefly, the fish were anesthetized in 200 ppm Phenoxyethanol (Wako Pure Chemicals Ind., Osaka, Japan) and held upside down onto an operation platform under a microscope where they received a constant flow of oxygenated, cool water containing 100 ppm of the anesthetic through the gills. .. To prevent desiccation, the surface of the fish was moisturized during the entire GCT procedure, which took about 8–10 min per fish on average.

Article Title: Germ Cell Transplantation Using Sexually Competent Fish: An Approach for Rapid Propagation of Endangered and Valuable Germlines
Article Snippet: .. For this purpose, the fish were anesthetized in 200 ppm phenoxyethanol (Wako Pure Chemicals Ind., Osaka, Japan) and placed on an operation platform under a microscope where they received a constant flow of oxygenated, cool water containing 100 ppm of the anesthetic through the gills. .. To prevent desiccation, the surface of the fish was moisturized during the entire GCT procedure, which took about 20 min per fish on average.

Injection:

Article Title: Fluorescent-Based Methods for Gene Knockdown and Functional Cardiac Imaging in Zebrafish
Article Snippet: .. Measurement of the FI of Lissamine Conjugated to Control MO Co-injected into Zebrafish Embryos After anesthesia using either 0.016 % tricaine (Sigma-Aldrich, St. Louis, MO, USA) or 100 ppm 2-phenoxyethanol (Wako, Osaka, Japan), zebrafish embryos injected with MOs were placed into a 96-well plate with egg water at 60 h post-fertilization (hpf). .. The FI from lissamine (excitation/emission: 575/593 nm) of each zebrafish embryo was measured using a fluorescent microplate reader (Varioskan, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Waltham, MA, USA) (Fig. a, b).

Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization:

Article Title: Surrogate Production of Eggs and Sperm by Intrapapillary Transplantation of Germ Cells in Cytoablated Adult Fish
Article Snippet: .. Briefly, the fish were anesthetized in 200 ppm Phenoxyethanol (Wako Pure Chemicals Ind., Osaka, Japan) and held upside down onto an operation platform under a microscope where they received a constant flow of oxygenated, cool water containing 100 ppm of the anesthetic through the gills. .. To prevent desiccation, the surface of the fish was moisturized during the entire GCT procedure, which took about 8–10 min per fish on average.

Article Title: Germ Cell Transplantation Using Sexually Competent Fish: An Approach for Rapid Propagation of Endangered and Valuable Germlines
Article Snippet: .. For this purpose, the fish were anesthetized in 200 ppm phenoxyethanol (Wako Pure Chemicals Ind., Osaka, Japan) and placed on an operation platform under a microscope where they received a constant flow of oxygenated, cool water containing 100 ppm of the anesthetic through the gills. .. To prevent desiccation, the surface of the fish was moisturized during the entire GCT procedure, which took about 20 min per fish on average.