ZEISS ApoTome: Tribolium extraembryonic tissue rupture and withdrawal

March 4, 2016
The embryo is shown in lateral aspect with anterior left and dorsal up, with amnion-specific EGFP expression, as well as restricted late embryonic expression domains in the legs and body segments. The movie spans late amnion morphogenesis, from 3.3โ€‰hr before rupture through late dorsal closure. Imaged with ZEISS Axio Imager and ApoTome http://www.zeiss.com/apotome Courtesy of M. Hilbrant, T. Horn, S. Koelzer and K. Panfilio, University of Cologne, Germany. More details: http://dx.doi.org/10.7554/eLife.13834
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