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Confocal micrograph of albino stage 50 Xenopus laevis tadpole immobilized with 1-AMA for 1 hour in pond water. Image of Xenopus head shows 1-AMA localization within the brain, spinal cord, and olfactory system.

Credit: Christopher Butts, University of Pennsylvania

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Confocal micrograph of albino stage 50 Xenopus laevis tadpole immobilized with 1-AMA for 1 hour in pond water. Image of Xenopus head shows 1-AMA localization within the brain, spinal cord, and olfactory system. (Christopher Butts, University of Pennsylvania)
 


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