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By Jose M Martinez-Zapater, Julio Salinas

This complete number of present and crucial protocols includes many simply reproducible tools built to be used with Arabidopsis - a approach for imminent basic questions in plant biology. The equipment diversity from the fundamentals of growing to be those crops to classy gene cloning options and will, in lots of instances, even be utilized to different plant species with minor adjustments. Sections on genetics, transformation and gene expression research which are in particular worthy to scientists concerned with mutant research or generating and reading transgenic crops.

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Blue: DNA-binding DAPI staining that labels all 558 nuclei of the animal. Green: enhanced Green Fluorescent Protein (eGFP) labeling of 81 body wall muscle cells and 1 depressor muscle cell. Red: mCherry labeling for specific cells for gene expression analysis. 1 Stanining & imaging 2 3D worm standardization & registration 3 3D nuclei extraction & feature characterization 7 Nuclei recognition 6 3D Atlas building 5 8 High-throughput gene expression analysis at single-cell resolution 4 9 Automated cell targeting for laser ablation, optogenetic control of neuronal circuits, etc.

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