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Digital microphotographic atlas of the adult zebrafish cerebellum
EP21807
Poster Title: Digital microphotographic atlas of the adult zebrafish cerebellum
Submitted on 07 Apr 2014
Author(s): Kristen Lee, Megan Landy, Ashton Cline, Christopher Corbo, and Zoltan Fulop
Affiliations: Wagner College
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Abstract: Sagittal, coronal and horizontal, one micron thick plastic (semithin) sections of adult zebrafish (Danio rerio) brain were cut serially, using an ultramicrotome, mounted on glass slides and stained with toluidine blue. Each cerebellar region of the brain sections was photographed in 40X using a computer assisted Olympus light microscope, montaged via Photoshop and arranged in series. Roughly 10 slices from each sectional orientation were selected. The resulting pictures are presented in pairs, so the three dimensional anatomical relationships of the zebrafish cerebellum could be visualized by preparing all three sections together. The final product resulted in a digital microphotographic atlas of the adult zebrafish cerebellum, which is a very useful tool to researchers alike. Summary: Sagittal, coronal and horizontal, one micron thick plastic (semithin) sections of adult zebrafish (Danio rerio) brain were photographed in 40X. The sections were then photomontaged together using in Adobe Photoshop CS5 Extended Version 12.0 to make the photographic atlas.Report abuse »
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