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A typical lightsheet microscopy session

Here is how a typical session of imaging embryos under Lightsheet Microscopy goes. A glimpse into my day-to-day work πŸ™‚

Assemble the incubation chamber:

Collect and mount the embryos:

Typical lightsheet microscopy session.

Acquire a short timelapse from multiple angles:

Transfer (lots of) data for image processing πŸ˜‰

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By Bruno C. Vellutini

Evolutionary biologist interested in embryos and larvae of marine invertebrates.

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