tricaine methanesulfonate

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tricaine methanesulfonate

the most commonly used anesthetic for fish. It is dissolved in water and enters into the systemic circulation via the gills, producing a general anesthesia.
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Immersion anaesthesia with tricaine methanesulphonate or propofol on different sizes and strains of silver catfish Rhamdia quelen.
30 days), fish were collected from both conditions using hand net and were anesthetized with tricaine methanesulphonate (@ 100 mg/l).
The use of clove oil, metomidate, tricaine methanesulphonate and 2phenoxyethanol for inducing anaesthesia and their effect on the cortisol stress response in black sea bass (Centropristis striata L.
The use of clove oil, metomidate, tricaine methanesulphonate and 2-phenoxyethanol for inducing anaesthesia and their effect on the cortisol stress response in black sea bass (Centropristis striata L.
Moreover, clove oil has been indicated as an alternative to traditional anesthetics as metomidate, quinaldine, and tricaine methanesulphonate because it is a natural oil and safe to use (SLADKY et al.
Comparison of tricaine methanesulphonate (MS 222) and clove oil anesthesia effects on the physiology of juvenile chinook salmon Oncorhynchus tshawytscha Walbaum).