A Four-Well Dish for High-Resolution Longitudinal Imaging of the Tail and Posterior Trunk of Larval Zebrafish
- Weijts, B., Tkachenko, E., Traver, D., Groisman, A.
- Zebrafish 14(5): 489-491 (Journal)
- Registered Authors
- Traver, David, Weijts, Bart
- imaging, vascular development, zebrafish
- MeSH Terms
- Cell Culture Techniques
- Image Processing, Computer-Assisted*
- Larva/anatomy & histology
- Microscopy, Confocal/methods*
- Zebrafish/anatomy & histology*
- Zebrafish/growth & development*
- 28118101 Full text @ Zebrafish
Weijts, B., Tkachenko, E., Traver, D., Groisman, A. (2017) A Four-Well Dish for High-Resolution Longitudinal Imaging of the Tail and Posterior Trunk of Larval Zebrafish. Zebrafish. 14(5):489-491.
We describe the design, fabrication, and applications of a four-well dish for imaging of the trunk of larval zebrafish. The dish facilitates immobilization of anesthetized zebrafish larvae, with their tails gently pushed against a microscope cover glass, enabling longitudinal imaging at 24-72 h postfertilization using high-resolution objective lenses.
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