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A Rush of Blood to the Head: Neuroblast Differentiation Is Kickstarted by Blood Flow

News   Jul 17, 2020 | Original story from Pompeu Fabra University

 
A Rush of Blood to the Head: Neuroblast Differentiation Is Kickstarted by Blood Flow

This is a still from a time-lapse video showing the development of a zebrafish embryo for 12 hours in which the blood vessels are marked in magenta and the sensory neurons in green, which allows us to observe the interaction of these two cell types. Credit: Laura Taberner, Pompeu Fabra University

 
 
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