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High resolution episcopic microscopy: rapid 3D-analysis of gene expression and tissue architecture

Authors: Wolfgang J. Weninger, Stefan H. Geyer, Timothy J. Mohun, Diego Rasskin-Gutman, Takaaki Matsui, Ines Ribeiro, Luciano da F. Coasta, Juan Carlos Izpisúa-Belmonte, Gerd B. Müller

In order to demonstrate the high resolution of the data sets generated with the HREM technique and the broad field of potential applications, we provide QuickTime movies with underlying grey-scale images as jpg-files of various specimens of different size and age. In addition we show some jpg-images of surface rendered 3D models.

Please note that:
1) Image size in the QuickTime movies is reduced to 10 to 20% of the original primary image size. In addition some data sets are reduced in quality in order to reduce size and assist download.

2) The grey scale jpg images of each specimens are of original image size and resolution and are only marginally reduced in quality. Please zoom in for 100% to detect details and view the image in its highest resolution. A small version of the grey scale image is part of the corresponding movie. They contain scale bars, valid for the entire data set.

Data sets for download and visualisation:

Data showing anatomical structures of embryos and tissues of various species
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Data showing anatomical structures and specifically stained structures in zebrafish, chick, and mouse embryos of various developmental stages
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