Confocal scanning of live zebrafish embryos

14 Feb 2017
Live zebrafish embryos were immobilized under a confocal microscope so that their eye development could be tracked in real time. The lens of the eye contained bioengineered cells that would express proteins that produced a color visible under the microscope.

Live zebrafish embryos were immobilized under a confocal microscope so that their eye development could be tracked in real time. The lens of the eye contained bioengineered cells that would express proteins that produced a color visible under the microscope.

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