Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Affects Development of Gulf Killifish | GenomeWeb

Soon after the Deepwater Horizon rig began spewing oil into the Gulf of Mexico, Andrew Whitehead and his colleagues at Louisiana State University set out to determine how that oil would affect gene expression in fish along the Gulf Coast. His team took samples of killifish and water from a number of sites along the Gulf Coast before, during, and after oil from the Deepwater Horizon spill reached the shore.

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