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    Color-Depth MIP
    ​Which GAL4 patterns are likely to yield useful genetic intersections that target your neurons of interest? Janelia researchers from the Scientific Computing Support Team, using images...
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    DPX Slide Jig
    The process of embedding tissue in the plastic resin dibutyl phthalate in xylene (DPX) creates specimens that are optically transparent and produce high-resolution, fluorescent confocal images....
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    Drosophila Mounting T-Dish
    High-throughput imaging of Drosophila central nervous system specimens requires precise, standardized arrangement of the samples on a microscope slide.  A simple grid makes locating...
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    Fly Light Split-GAL4 Driver Collection
    The data presented on this site are the work of the Janelia FlyLight Project Team and the laboratories of Gerald M. Rubin, Kristin Branson, and Gwyneth Card. ...
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    Hemidriver Drosophila Lines ("Split-halves")
    The ability to reproducibly target expression of transgenes to small, defined subsets of cells is a key experimental tool for understanding many biological processes. The Drosophila nervous system...
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    Janelia Flylight Expression Patterns of GAL4 and LexA Driver Lines
    The data presented on this site are the work of the Janelia FlyLight Project Team and the laboratories of Gerald M. Rubin , James W. Truman , Richard S. Mann , and Christopher Q. Doe....
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    Plexiglass Drosophila Hybridization Dish
    Drosophila brains can be mounted on a 22x22 mm glass coverslip for efficient parallel processing of large numbers of unique samples via fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH) or...
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    Quick-Mount Slide Holder, Fixed Positioning
    Repeatable microscope observations at high magnification and resolution are difficult when using current slide holders for oil immersion due to movement of the objective, oil, and slide on the...