Stunning photo of the blood-brain barrier in a live zebrafish embryo

#1

Thought you all might like this photo…  quite beautiful.

#2

Looks great!  Thanks!


If you look at the right side of the WYSIWYG editor for posts there is a little silvery thing with a green plus sign next to it.  That’s for doing inline hyperlinks.
#3

Oh duh… silly me.  I was trying html markup and didn’t even notice all the options right in front of my eyes!  :wink:

#4

Where is the pic?  Google says it couldn’t find the link.

#5

Bugger… not sure why it changed. See if this works for you.

#6

Very cool!

#7

Dear Smalljude,

Thanks for sharing that image, unbelievable and remarkable. So let’s color those next! LOL!

#8

Yeah not bad eh!  :)  

#9

Nice ! Thanks for sharing it ! 

#10
Where is the pic?  Google says it couldn't find the link.

I can find the page if I remove the erronous “http//” from the url.

#11

 The http.com on the front is a site with a bad user reputation. 

Try this if you missed smalljude’s correction.

http://www.nikonsmallworld.com/galleries/entry/2012-photomicrography-competition/1

Not sure if they qualify but some of Eyewire pictures would look good. Every picture on the site is neat. The past winners page is also great.


#12

This looks a lot like a picture taken with a new technique called CLARITY. 


Which is also shown in this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c-NMfp13Uug

Which leads to a question. What does the EyeWire team think of this recently discovered technique, called CLAIRTY? Will it lead to different imaging techniques being used, eventually, for this team?
#13

I’m reviving this, it’s really cool! And really relevant!

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#14

Awesome @atani!! We must post this on fb

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#15

oh this is nice!