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Life in action: Researchers capture 3D cellular dynamics across whole organism

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Close up of chemical microscope and medical research equipment in scientific laboratory. Liquid examination tool with glass lens and blood samples in vacutainers on professional desk

Researchers have shown that a new microscopy technique can capture dynamic 3D images of an entire zebrafish larvae while maintaining cellular resolution in all three dimensions. By giving scientists an unprecedented view of how cells interact in their most natural state, the new technique could provide information that is used to develop new treatments for diseases, for example.

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