Using Inverted SPIM (iSPIM) to Study Neural Development in C. elegans
19 Sep 2014

This application note describes the use of a light sheet fluorescence microscopy technique, Inverted Selective Plane Illumination Microscopy (iSPIM), to image the neural development of the nematode C. elegans. iSPIM aenables very fast non-invasive imaging of living samples, facilitating the inspection of live neurodevelopmental events and paving the way for a 4D dynamic neurodevelopmental atlas.

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