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Fig. 3. An example of Ca2+ transients that occur in the dorsal ectoderm from a representative embryo at stage 10.5. The aequorin-generated photon image represents 120 seconds of accumulated light and is superimposed on its corresponding Lucifer Yellow generated fluorescent image. These images show the different intensities of two transients occurring simultaneously but at two independent positions of the dorsal ectoderm. A diagram of the whole embryo shows its orientation and the red box indicates where the images were obtained on the embryo. AP, animal pole; VP, vegetal pole. Colour scale indicates luminescence flux in photons/pixel. Scale bar, 0.3 mm.

Image published in: Leclerc C et al. (2000)

Copyright © 2000. Image reproduced with permission of the Publisher, The Company of Biologists Ltd.

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