Fishing at the cellular level

A platform for automated screening of zebrafish larvae in high throughput should allow detection of phenotypic changes in single cells.

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L.I.Z. is a founder and stock holder of Fate, Inc. and a scientific advisor for Stemgent.

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Tamplin, O., Zon, L. Fishing at the cellular level. Nat Methods 7, 600–601 (2010).

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