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Zebrafish myotomes (day 1) SEM

Scanning EM of a 24 hr (prim-5) zebrafish embryo.


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Image Source: Scanning electron micrographs of the Zebrafish embryos are reproduced with the permission of Associate Professor Bryan Crawford, Department of Biology, University of New Brunswick.

Reference

Mark S Cooper, Greg Sommers-Herivel, Cara T Poage, Matthew B McCarthy, Bryan D Crawford, Carey Phillips The Zebrafish DVD Exchange Project: a bioinformatics initiative. Methods Cell Biol.: 2004, 77;439-57 PubMed 15602926


Specimens were chemically fixed critically point dried, and sputter coated with gold/palladium. This image is part of a series taken by Bryan Crawford while he was at the University of Washington. They are part of the Zebrafish--The Living Laboratory CD made available by Mark Cooper and described in Methods in Cell Biology Volume 77, 2004, Pages 439-457.

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