Imaging Transient Blood Vessel Fusion Events in Zebrafish by Correlative Volume Electron Microscopy

@inproceedings{Armer2009ImagingTB,
  title={Imaging Transient Blood Vessel Fusion Events in Zebrafish by Correlative Volume Electron Microscopy},
  author={Hannah E. J. Armer and Giovanni Mariggi and Ken M. Y. Png and Christel Genoud and Alexander G. Monteith and Andrew J. Bushby and Holger Gerhardt and Lucy M. Collinson},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2009}
}
The study of biological processes has become increasingly reliant on obtaining high-resolution spatial and temporal data through imaging techniques. As researchers demand molecular resolution of cellular events in the context of whole organisms, correlation of non-invasive live-organism imaging with electron microscopy in complex three-dimensional samples becomes critical. The developing blood vessels of vertebrates form a highly complex network which cannot be imaged at high resolution using… CONTINUE READING