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Laboratory-based X-ray NanoCT Explores Morphology of a Zebrafish Embryo

  • Simone Ferstl (a1) (a2), Brian Metscher (a3), Mark Müller (a1) (a2), Sebastian Allner (a1) (a2), Martin Dierolf (a1) (a2), Madleen Busse (a1) (a2), Klaus Achterhold (a1) (a2), Bernhard Gleich (a2) and Franz Pfeiffer (a1) (a2)...
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[8] 'Zebrafish embryo' by Annie Cavanagh. Credit: Annie Cavanagh. CC BY-NC, https://blog.wellcome.ac.uk/2013/07/19/wellcome-image-of-the-month-zebrafish-embryo/, accessed March 20, 2018, license: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0.
[9] We thank the very helpful team at Excillum AB, Sweden. The work was supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG) Cluster of Excellence Munich-Center for Advanced Photonics, the DFG Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz program, and the Technical University of Munich Institute for Advanced Study, funded by the German Excellence Initiative.
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