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Zebrafish embryo neurons

Dr Steve Wilson

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Dorsal (back) view of the spinal cord of a one day old zebrafish embryo. Bilateral columns of 'Rohan Beard' sensory neurons, labelled with an antibody that recognises cell adhesion molecules, are a transient population of nerve cells that mediate touch responses prior to the development of the dorsal root ganglia, collections of nerve cell bodies involved in sensation.


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