View, analyze and annotate mutidimensional cellular anatomy and development.
A 4D movie recorded by Kevin O'Connell. Time steps were taken at two different rates:Every 15 seconds early,every 60 seconds late.
I was one of the students at Eastern that you lectured to about the glow worms. I thought it was very informative and very neat. It was very interesting how you can take an embryo and make it look 3D. It definitely helps to identify structures. I hope you can working on this, this is really amazing.
I really enjoyed watching the wild type N2 (Bristol) slice 4D DIC movie. I found this video the most interesting.
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