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European Zebrafish Resource Center
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Tel.: +49 721 608-22716

Welcome to the European Zebrafish Resource Center

Established in 2012, our zebrafish stock collection now contains several thousand mutations from the laboratory of Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard (Tübingen I, Tübingen 2000 and Tübingen EU screen) and from the Sanger Mutagenesis Project (starting with library SL4) as well as transgenic and wildtype lines from diverse sources.

We offer over 2,000 plasmids containing zebrafish genes, in conjunction with the Helmholtz Repository of Bioparts (HeRBi).

High-throughput sequencing for positional mapping of mutations and transcriptomic analysis is provided through collaboration in conjunction with the Sequencing Core Facility of the BioInterfaces programme.

We offer genetic screening of Sanger mutations with user-provided assays, and chemical screening in user-specified lines. Screens can be performed by guest researchers themselves or as a service. High-throughput facilities (automated embryo sorting, imaging and image analysis) are available.


Related Resources at KIT


Compound platform.


European Society for Zebrafish Models in Biology and Medicine.


A manually curated repository of zebrafish genes involved in the regulation of transcription.


An atlas of gene expression in the adult zebrafish brain.



Please include archiving costs in your DFG grants!


When writing DFG grants please include EZRC archiving costs of 900 € per line.

New Sanger alleles available

(Updated 8-Sep-2017)

Nearly 10,000 new Sanger alleles are now available.

Show new alleles...