Optical Methods in Developmental Biology
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2-7 February 2013
San Francisco, California, United States
Cardiovascular Development I
Proc. SPIE 8593, High-resolution time-resolved 3D optical microscopy inside the beating zebrafish heart using prospective optical gating, 859302 (26 March 2013);
Proc. SPIE 8593, In vivo functional imaging of embryonic chick heart using ultrafast 1310nm-band spectral domain optical coherence tomography, 859304 (26 March 2013);
Proc. SPIE 8593, Changes in strain and blood flow in the outflow tract of chicken embryo hearts observed with spectral domain optical coherence tomography after outflow tract banding, 859305 (26 March 2013);
Cardiovascular Development II
Proc. SPIE 8593, Ultra-high frequency ultrasound biomicroscopy and high throughput cardiovascular phenotyping in a large scale mouse mutagenesis screen , 859309 (26 March 2013);
Whole Embryo and Longitudinal Imaging
Proc. SPIE 8593, In vivo imaging of zebrafish from embryo to adult stage with optical projection tomography, 85930A (26 March 2013);
Proc. SPIE 8593, OCT guided microinjections for mouse embryonic research, 85930E (26 March 2013);
Neurological and Respiratory Development
Proc. SPIE 8593, Effect of alcohol exposure on fetal brain development , 85930I (26 March 2013);
Lineage Mapping, Fate Profiling, Pregenitor Cell Tracking, and Reproductive Biology
Proc. SPIE 8593, Combined lineage mapping and fate specification profiling with NLOM-OCM using sub-10-fs pulses, 85930K (26 March 2013);
Proc. SPIE 8593, Motility contrast imaging of live porcine cumulus-oocyte complexes, 85930L (26 March 2013);
Poster Session
Proc. SPIE 8593, Computational analysis of the spatial distribution of mitotic spindle angles in mouse developing airway , 85930N (26 March 2013);
Proc. SPIE 8593, Birefringence analysis of cultured and imitation pearls using polarization-sensitive swept-source OCT, 85930O (22 February 2013);
Front Matter: volume 8593
Proc. SPIE 8593, Front Matter: Volume 8593, 85930S (3 April 2013);
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