Confocal microscopy image of nerve fibers in zebrafish brain
This confocal microscopy image shows glowing red, green and blue nerve fibers in the brain of a five-day-old zebrafish.
[Research supported by National Science Foundation grants CCF 0541113, CNS 0615194, CNS 0551724, IIS 0513212 and OCI 0906379.]
This image appeared in the NSF gallery "Imaging the Imperceptible," published in 2018 in Discover magazine. (Date image taken: March 2010; date originally posted to NSF Multimedia Gallery: Dec. 17, 2019)
Credit: HHMI Janelia Research Campus
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