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The European Zebrafish Resource Center is open for business, says Kathleen Raven at the Nature Medicine Spoonful of Medicine blog. The center, located at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany can house up to 400,000 live zebrafish in more than 3,000 tanks and also has lab space "for on-site zebrafish in vitro fertilization," Raven says.

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