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Zebrafish optic chiasm

  • Dr Steve Wilson
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Sagittal (midline) section at the optic chiasm of a Noi mutant two-day-old zebrafish embryo showing that the optic nerve axons from the two eyes are not discrete as they are in the normal embryo (B0001093C). The optic chiasm is the point where the axons cross the midline toward their target brain regions. Credit: R. MacDonald & S. Wilson


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