Data from: Do fish perceive anaesthetics as aversive?

Gareth D. Readman, Stewart F. Owen, Joanna C. Murrell & Toby G. Knowles
This study addresses a fundamental question in fish welfare: are the anaesthetics used for fish aversive? Despite years of routine general use of many agents, within both scientific research and aquaculture, there is a paucity of information regarding their tolerance and associated behavioural responses by fish. This study examined nine of the most commonly used fish anaesthetic agents, and performed preference tests using adult mixed sex zebrafish (Danio rerio), the most commonly held laboratory fish....
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