Long-term time-lapse live imaging reveals extensive cell migration during annelid regeneration

@inproceedings{Zattara2016LongtermTL,
  title={Long-term time-lapse live imaging reveals extensive cell migration during annelid regeneration},
  author={Eduardo E Zattara and Kate W Turlington and Alexandra E. Bely},
  booktitle={BMC Developmental Biology},
  year={2016}
}
Time-lapse imaging has proven highly valuable for studying development, yielding data of much finer resolution than traditional “still-shot” studies and allowing direct examination of tissue and cell dynamics. A major challenge for time-lapse imaging of animals is keeping specimens immobile yet healthy for extended periods of time. Although this is often feasible for embryos, the difficulty of immobilizing typically motile juvenile and adult stages remains a persistent obstacle to time-lapse… CONTINUE READING
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