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    Zebrafish embryo
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    Zebrafish embryo


    A zebrafish embryo showing its natural colors. Zebrafish have see-through eggs and embryos, making them ideal research organisms for studying the earliest stages of development. This image was taken in transmitted light under a polychromatic polarizing microscope.
    Public NoteLong, wormlike structure with some see-through and bright blue areas.
    Internal NoteHi Rachel, Please find the image attached. NIGMS has my permission to add this image to their image and video gallery. I have more images, which I can share with the NIGMS Image and Video Gallery. Could I upload the images to my University of Chicago Box and provide you a link for download? Thank you, Michael Michael Shribak, Ph.D. Senior Scientist Marine Biological Laboratory/ University of Chicago 7 MBL St Woods Hole, MA 02543
    Keywordsblue, line, circle
    SourceMichael Shribak, Marine Biological Laboratory/University of Chicago.
    Credit LineAndrew Latimer and Michael Shribak, Marine Biological Laboratory/University of Chicago.
    InvestigatorZebrafish embryo in transmitted light under polychromatic polarizing microscope. The picture shows real colors, as it is seen by naked eye. objective lens Olympus UPlanFL N 4x/0.13, image size 1.48mm x 1.0mm. The new microscope (https://www.nature.com/articles/srep17340) was developed with support of the NIGMS grant R01 GM101701.
    Record TypePhotograph
    Topic Area(s);#Cells;#Molecular Structures;#Tools and Techniques;#
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