Difference between revisions of ""Visualising Plant Development and Gene Expression in 3D using Optical Projection Tomography""
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"Visualising Plant Development and Gene Expression in 3D using Optical Projection Tomography", K. Lee, J. Avondo, H. Morrison, L. Blot, M. Stark, J. Sharpe, J. A. Bangham, and E. S. Coen
Datasets used in Figures
Optical Projection Tomograpy dataset, for figures 1 and 2. 
The QtVolViewLITE program is designed to run on any PC with a 64 Mbyte graphic card. It is suitable for viewing the data shown in Figures 1A and 2A as colour OPT volume and section views of the Antirrhinum flower. Internal floral structures such as anther lobes and the ovary at the base of the carpel are revealed. Three OPT scan channels are visible. Transmission (shown in blue), endogenous fluorescence, Leica TXR filter (shown in red) and GFP fluorescence, GFP1 filter (shown in green).
BBSRC for grant support, JIC/UEA/MRC and MRC Technology.
Jerome Avondo with help from Lilian Blot and the Bangham group in the Computational Biology Group, Computing Sciences, University of East Anglia, Norwich,