X-ray phase-contrast tomography for high-spatial-resolution zebrafish muscle imaging

November 2015 – Scientific Reports 5, Article number: 16625 (2015) doi:10.1038/srep16625 – W. Vågberg, D. H. Larsson, M. Li, A. Arner and H. M. Hertz

A KTH/KI group demonstrates that the three-dimensional muscular structure of unstained whole zebrafish can be imaged with sub-5 μm detail with propagation based X-ray phase-contrast tomography. By comparing the X-ray imaging results with histology, it can be confirmed that individual myofibrils can be resolved in the whole-body imaging.

The report is written by William Vågberg et. al. and licensed under CC BY 4.0.

Link to report in PDF here.

 

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