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Zebrafish Study Reveals Developmental Mechanisms Behind Eye Movement

News   Nov 06, 2019 | Original story from Virginia Tech

 
Zebrafish Study Reveals Developmental Mechanisms Behind Eye Movement

This is a fluorescent image of a live larval zebrafish, viewed from the side. Fluorescent neurons are seen next to the eye (orange oval) and along the body. Credit: Albert Pan/Virginia Tech

 
 
 

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