Zebrafish are key in melanoma research

08/11/2011 | Oregonian (Portland), The

The black pigment cells in the skin of zebrafish are strikingly similar to those in humans, making the aquatic creatures ideal subjects for professor Cynthia Cooper's research into the causes of melanoma. Cooper, an assistant professor of molecular genetics at Washington State University in Vancouver recently received a $100,000 grant from the Cosmopolitan/Melanoma Research Foundation Practice Safe Sun.

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