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3D rendering of tg(olig2:gfp) (green) forebrain immunolabeled with anti-AT (blue). Left panel begins from a frontal perspective and rotates clockwise 360◦ around the anterior-posterior axis. The right panel is the same sample and begins from a more dorsal perspective and rotates in phase with the left panel. AT signal intensity is increased for structural visualization purposes.
Schnabl, Jake; Barresi, Michael; and Barresi Lab, Smith College, "Supplementary Movie 06A: olig2+ Cells Heavily Populate the Diencephalon and Lightly Populate the Telencephalon at 22 hpf" (2020). Video, Smith College, Northampton, MA.