zeiss_microscopy ZEISS Microscopy zeiss_microscopy April 6, 2016

This beating #heart of a #zebrafish #larva was imaged with 68 fps. Labeled are the actin cytoskeleton (grey, LifeAct-GFP) and the nuclei (red, NLS-DsRed). The sarcomeres of the contractile apparatus with their z-bands are nicely identifiable. Both channels were acquired simultaneously at 28°C with #Lightsheet Z.1 detection optics 20x/1.0 (water immersion). Courtesy of S. Reischauer, MPI for Heart and Lung Research, Bad Nauheim, Germany.

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