With the aim of enabling rapid, large-scale studies of living organisms, Mehmet Fatih Yanik’s research group in RLE has engineered a new imaging technique that can analyze zebrafish—a tiny fish with transparent embryos, or larvae, whose internal organs can be easily seen as they develop—in seconds. Because they are genetically similar to humans and have complex organs, biologists often use zebrafish as a model for human diseases. «more»

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Professor Mehmet Fatih Yanik

RLE High-Throughput Neurotechnology Group