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The image depicts the space taken up by cell nuclei, which contain the DNA, of blood vessels in the developing zebrafish trunk. To produce this image, data were acquired using a state-of-the-art microscope and the individual cell nuclei extracted using a bespoke segmentation workflow. The 3D spaces were extracted using a technique called Voronoi diagram. Lastly, data were colour-coded for depth. Important to note is that the cell nuclei under investigation are about 10 micrometre in diameter, which is 1/100 of a millimetre. The brighter regions are closer to the viewer, while the darker areas are further away.

Technique: The image was acquired using a Zeiss Z.1 light-sheet fluorescence microscope with a Plan-Apochromat 20×/1.0 Corr nd=1.38 objective and a scientific complementary metal-oxide semiconductor detection unit. Signal was acquired in a stable transgenic line. Image pre-processing, segmentation, Voronoi analysis, and depth-coding were done using Fiji.


Print on Canvas – unlimited series.

100% cotton hand-stretched canvas.

Manufactured and hand-fitted black shadow gap frame (adds approx. 2cm per side).

Hanger-set included and fitted, allowing for easy wall hanging.

Due to the manufacturing process, slight deviations from photos might occur. Additionally, colours may appear slightly different from the screen you viewed them on.

All artworks are accompanied by a short Artwork Care Guide.

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I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn’t say any other way – things I had no words for.

- Georgia O’Keeffe