Tracking microscopy enables whole-brain imaging in freely moving zebrafish

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Efficient tracking and optical whole-brain imaging at single-cell resolution in freely behaving zebrafish larvae pave the way for quantitative investigation of circuits underlying complex behaviors.

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Figure 1: Imaging whole-brain neuronal activity at single-cell resolution is now possible in freely moving zebrafish larvae performing complex sensory–motor tasks.

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Thouvenin, O., Wyart, C. Tracking microscopy enables whole-brain imaging in freely moving zebrafish. Nat Methods 14, 1041–1042 (2017) doi:10.1038/nmeth.4474

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