AQUACULTURE

Research Projects

Archived Projects

Peer-Reviewed Publications

To obtain abstracts and, where available, full papers, visit the National Sea Grant Library

  • Roberts, S., T. Barry, J. Malison and F. Goetz. 2004. Production of a recombinantly-derived growth hormone antibody and the characterization of growth hormone levels in yellow perch.Aquaculture. 232 (1-4), pp. 591-602.
  • Fan, L., Crodian, J. and Collodi, P. 2004. Culture of embryonic stem cell lines from zebrafish. Methods in Cell Biology. 76: 149-158.
  • Fan, L., Crodian, J. and Collodi, P. 2004. Production of zebrafish germline chimeras by using cultured embryonic stem (ES) cells.Methods in Cell Biology. 77: 113-119.
  • Fan, L., Crodian, J., Liu, X., Alestrom, P., Alestrom, A. and Collodi, P. 2004. Zebrafish embryo cells remain pluripotent and germ-line competent for multiple passages in culture. Zebrafish 1: 21-26.
  • Fan, L., Alestrom, A., Alestrom, P. and Collodi, P. 2004. Development of cell cultures with competency for contributing to the zebrafish germ line. Critical Reviews in Eukaryotic Gene Expression. 12: 43-51.
  • Fan, L. 2002. Progress towards cell-mediated gene transfer in zebrafish. Briefings in Functional Genomics & Proteomics. 1, 131-138.
  • Ma, C., L. Fan, R. Ganassin, N. Bols, and P. Collodi.  2001.  Zebrafish germ line chimeras produced from embryo cell cultures. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 98:2461-2466.
  • Wan, P., C.R. Santerre and D.C. Deardorff. 2001. Linking solid phase extraction and enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay to measure chlorpyrifos in fish tissue. Journal of Food Science 66(2): 274-277.
  • Fan, L., Alestrom, A., Alestrom, P. and Collodi, P. 2004. Production of zebrafish germ-line chimeras from cultured cells. Methods in Molecular Medicine.  254: 289-299.
  • Phillips, Peter C., and Christopher C. Kohler. 1991. Establishment of Tilapia spawning families providing a continuous supply of eggs for in-vitro fertilization. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society. 22(4):217-223.

Contacts

Tomas Höök
Associate Director of Research
765-496-6799
thook@purdue.edu


Carolyn Foley
Assistant Research Coordinator
765-494-3601
cfoley@purdue.edu


Kwamena Quagrainie
Aquaculture Marketing Specialist
765-494-4200
kquagrai@purdue.edu

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