A Four-Well Dish for High-Resolution Longitudinal Imaging of the Tail and Posterior Trunk of Larval Zebrafish

@article{WeijtsBart2017AFD,
  title={A Four-Well Dish for High-Resolution Longitudinal Imaging of the Tail and Posterior Trunk of Larval Zebrafish},
  author={WeijtsBart and TkachenkoEugene and TraverDavid and GroismanAlex},
  journal={Zebrafish},
  year={2017},
  volume={14},
  pages={489-491}
}
Abstract We describe the design, fabrication, and applications of a four-well dish for imaging of the trunk of larval zebrafish. The dish facilitates immobilization of anesthetized zebrafish larvae, with their tails gently pushed against a microscope cover glass, enabling longitudinal imaging at 24–72 h postfertilization using high-resolution objective lenses. 

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