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Zebrafish embryos with green fluorescent myotomes

  • S. Roy
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Transgenic zebrafish embryos expressing green fluorescent protein in the muscle precursor cells (myotomes). The green fluorescence comes from an alpha-actin-GFP transgene acting in these living, one day old embryos. Biomedical Image Awards 2005.


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