Seeing Clearly

Zebrafish are showing the way to new insights in cancer research.

By | April 2, 2013

Ventral view of a Tau transgenic zebrafish stained for the neuronal protein tubulin (in green), human Tau (in red), and disease-modified human Tau (in blue)

Ventral view of a Tau transgenic zebrafish stained for the neuronal protein tubulin (in green), human Tau (in red), and disease-modified human Tau (in blue)

IMAGE COURTESY OF DOMINIK PAQUET, THE ROCKEFELLER UNIVERSITY

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