A Four-Well Dish for High-Resolution Longitudinal Imaging of the Tail and Posterior Trunk of Larval Zebrafish.

Research paper by Bart B Weijts, Eugene E Tkachenko, David D Traver, Alex A Groisman

Indexed on: 25 Jan '17Published on: 25 Jan '17Published in: Zebrafish


We describe the design, fabrication, and applications of a four-well dish for imaging of the trunk of larval zebrafish. The dish facilitates immobilization of anesthetized zebrafish larvae, with their tails gently pushed against a microscope cover glass, enabling longitudinal imaging at 24-72 h postfertilization using high-resolution objective lenses.