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 3.3 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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