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Hi,

I need to immobilize zebrafish embryos (between 15 and 24 hpf) without interfering neuronal electrical activity.
I've been trying to incubate intact embryos in 100 uM d-tubocurarine (as it was previously reported) but it is not working.

I will really appreciate any suggestions or comments.

Thanks for your help

Paola Plazas
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