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Propagation-based X-ray Phase Contrast Microtomography of Zebrafish Embryos to Understand Drug Delivery

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 August 2018

G. Schulz*
Affiliation:
University of Basel, Allschwil, Switzerland.
E. Corek
Affiliation:
University of Basel, Basel, Switzerland.
S. Siegrist
Affiliation:
University of Basel, Basel, Switzerland.
P. Thalmann
Affiliation:
University of Basel, Allschwil, Switzerland.
H. Deyhle
Affiliation:
University of Basel, Allschwil, Switzerland.
A. Rack
Affiliation:
ESRF - The European Synchrotron, Grenoble, France.
J. Huwyler
Affiliation:
University of Basel, Basel, Switzerland.
B. Muller
Affiliation:
University of Basel, Allschwil, Switzerland.
*
* Corresponding author, georg.schulz@unibas.ch
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[6] The project was supported by allocation of beamtime at ESRF (MD1017). The financial contribution of Swiss National Science Foundation project 144535 and R'Equip project 133802 is acknowledged.Google Scholar
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