Most of the resources about sampling fish are now located within the relevant section of the PREPARE guidelines. There are also some resources within this separate section on zebrafish.
- Black MC (2000) Collection of body fluids. Chapter 30 in: The laboratory fish (Ostrander GK, eds). Baltimore: Academic press, 513-527. Blood, urine, fecal materials, eggs and milt.
- Roche H, Boge G (1996) Fish blood parameters as potential tool for identification of stress caused by environmental factores and chemical intoxication. Marine Environmental Research 41, 27-43. Shows that if 10 fish in a tank are sampled serially the stress level in the last fish will be significantly higher than in the first fish.
- Wooster GA, Hsu HM, Bowser PR (1993) Nonlethal surgical procedures for obtaining tissue samples for fish health inspections. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 5, 157-164
- Hawkins P (2009) An overview of existing guidelines handling, bleeding, administration and identification techniques
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