-80°C freezer


-80°C freezer
Thermo Scientific
Forma 900 Series

Tissue sample storage.

  • Temperature range: -50 to -86°C​

Research Facility

Franz-Odendaal Bone Development Laboratory
Mount Saint Vincent University
Nova Scotia (NS)

Our bone development lab studies the development of bone in zebrafish and chicken embryos, specifically the bones of the skull. We use histology and molecular biology to study the genes and tissue interactions that underlie bone formation. This fundamental comparative research is necessary in order to understand human disorders that include bone malformations, as well as to understand how developmental processes have changed over the course of evolution.

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Tamara Franz-Odendaal Primary Contact
Full Professor
Jennifer Giffin
Postdoctoral Researcher

Date submitted: Mon, Mar 6, 2017 3:44 PM
Date updated: Mon, Mar 6, 2017 3:44 PM