zeiss_microscopy ZEISS Microscopy zeiss_microscopy April 15, 2016
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#Retina and neural #tissue of a mantis #shrimp This is an #image# slice of the retina and neural tissue of a mantis shrimp enhanced through incubation with fluorescent antibodies. Research into these aggressive crustaceans is helping to pave the way for new biologically inspired technologies in areas like rapid #cancer detection. #Alexa Fluor probes on fixed mantis shrimp brain section embedded in VectorShield H1000 and imaged with #ZEISS #LSM 710 #confocal #microscope www.zeiss.com/lsm Courtesy of Trent Brooks-Richards, Honours Student, Marshall Lab, #Queensland #Brain #Institute QBI.

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