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LarvaSPA, A Method for Mounting Drosophila Larva for Long-Term Time-Lapse Imaging

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10.3791/60792-v

February 27th, 2020

February 27th, 2020

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1Weill Institute for Cell and Molecular Biology and Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Cornell University

This protocol describes a method for mounting Drosophila larvae to achieve longer than 10 h of uninterrupted time-lapse imaging in intact live animals. This method can be used to image many biological processes close to the larval body wall.

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