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Zebrafish imaging at its best!
Morphogenesis of the CNCs (green) and endoderm (red) in developing zebrafish embryos (19-30 hpf). A control embryo is on the left and an embryo, where Bmp signaling has been block from 10-18 hpf using a small chemical inhibitor, is on the right.
Loss of Bmp signaling on craniofacial development. A control embryo is on the left and an embryo, where Bmp signaling has been block using a heat-shock inducible dominate negative Bmp receptor transgene, is on the right.
Dorsal view of the morphology of the pharyngeal arches. The CNCs are green and endoderm is red
Ventral view of the oral opening in a 48 hpf WT embryo. Green is the periderm and orange is the Bmp Response.
A 3-eyed embryo. An alcian/alizarin stained embryo at 5 dpf that has 3 eyes, 2 palates, and 1 jaw.
The head of a 1 dpf embryo which has the periderm labeled in green.
The impact of the au15 - ethanol interaction on craniofacial development. 72 hpf WT embryo on the left. An ethanol-exposed, 72hpf au15 embryo is center and the same ethanol-exposed au15 embryo stained with alcian/alizarin at 5 dpf.
Endoderm pouch morphology. Alcama in the endoderm is labeled with the Zn-8 antibody (red) and F-actin is labeled with phalloidin (green).
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