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Microscopic view of a zebrafish embryo
Science Snapshot: Do the Locomotion
The top winner of the 2022 Nikon Small World in Motion contest shows cells migrating through a zebrafish embryo.
Science Snapshot: Do the Locomotion
Science Snapshot: Do the Locomotion

The top winner of the 2022 Nikon Small World in Motion contest shows cells migrating through a zebrafish embryo.

The top winner of the 2022 Nikon Small World in Motion contest shows cells migrating through a zebrafish embryo.

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