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The embryonic zebrafish is a nearly ideal model system in which to use time-lapse imaging to study the development of the vertebrate nervous system in vivo. The embryos are small and transparent, they develop externally and rapidly, and the embryonic central nervous system is relatively simple and highly stereotyped. With the refinement of green fluorescent protein (GFP) as a genetically encoded fluorescent tag of neuronal proteins, along with advances in imaging technology, it is possible todoi:10.1101/pdb.top069237 pmid:22550294 fatcat:vhyygz52rnf7bdjiladetdeqwq