Novel process creates 3D dissection aid

Researchers from the Royal Veterinary College have used CT scans of African clawed frogs stained with iodine to identify their bones and soft tissue. The researchers used the CT scans to create a 3D model of the African clawed frogs and other amphibians that is being used for digital dissections. These digital dissections can help students learn about amphibian anatomy and physiology without using animal models.

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