Keeping up with embryogenesis: New microscope lets users track individual cells as they move, divide

(Medical Xpress) -- The transformation of a fertilized egg into a functioning animal requires thousands of cell divisions and intricate rearrangements of those cells. That process is captured with unprecedented speed and precision by a new imaging technology developed at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Janelia Farm Research Campus, which lets users track each cell in an embryo as it takes shape over hours or days.

Keeping up with embryogenesis: New microscope lets users track individual cells as they move, divide

(Medical Xpress) -- The transformation of a fertilized egg into a functioning animal requires thousands of cell divisions and intricate rearrangements of those cells. That process is captured ...

Sun 3 Jun 12 from Phys.org

Fruitfly development, cell by cell

Multidirectional imaging of embryos allows researchers to track development of fruitflies in real time.

Sun 3 Jun 12 from Nature News

Microscope Catches Individual Cells Moving, Dividing

The transformation of a fertilized egg into a functioning animal requires thousands of cell divisions and intricate rearrangements of those cells. New imaging technology captures that process ...

Fri 8 Jun 12 from Laboratory Equipment

Keeping up with embryogenesis: New microscope tracks cells as they move and divide

A new imaging technology lets users track each cell in an embryo as it takes shape over hours or days.

Tue 5 Jun 12 from ScienceDaily

Keeping up with embryogenesis

A new imaging technology developed at HHMI's Janelia Farm Research Campus lets users track each cell in an embryo as it takes shape over hours or days.

Tue 5 Jun 12 from Eurekalert

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