Drosophila gastrulation/ventral furrow formation

A three hours hold fruit fly embryo is imaged ventrally via fluorescence microscopy for 30 minutes. Myosin is tagged with GFP. This process, called gastrulation, serves in most higher organisms (including humans) for the formation of the three body layers: epi-, meso- and endoderm.

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Channels: Developmental Biology Drosophila melanogaster

Tags: biophysics development fly embryo gastrulation myosin microscopy

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