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In Vivo Calcium Imaging of Lateral-line Hair Cells in Larval Zebrafish

DOI :

10.3791/58794-v

8:51 min

November 28th, 2018

November 28th, 2018

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1Section on Sensory Cell Development and Function, NIDCD/National Institutes of Health, 2National Institutes of Health-Johns Hopkins University Graduate Partnerships Program

The zebrafish is a model system that has many valuable features including optical clarity, rapid external development, and, of particular importance to the field of hearing and balance, externally located sensory hair cells. This article outlines how transgenic zebrafish can be used to assay both hair-cell mechanosensation and presynaptic function in toto.

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In Vivo Calcium Imaging

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