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Image of the Day: Cleared Fish

A juvenile Pacific cod (Gadus macrocephalus) with cartilage stained in blue and bone in red

By | January 14, 2014

ADAM P. SUMMERS, PICTURINGSCIENCE.COM

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Avatar of: Mike Bennett

Mike Bennett

Posts: 16

January 14, 2014

Where's the calibration? Shucks, the tail fin is a bit messed up.

I think I've worked on four of the cleared fishes. Or at least close relatives. But on the opposite coast. I think I would have bought a calendar. Does it give the species names?

Interested readers (including Dr. Summers, who probably already knows about this) would like to visit:

Chung K, Deisseroth K. CLARITY for mapping the nervous system. Nat Methods, 10: 508-13, 2013. doi: 10.1038/nmeth.2481.

 
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