ZEISS Microscopy How-to: Mount cleared samples in Lightsheet Z.1

July 14, 2015
Tissue clearing allows you to image deep into large biological samples such as tissue sections, brains, embryos, organs, spheroids or biopsies. You can use its enhanced optical penetration depth to capture fluorescent signals of whole organs. This makes clearing a promising technique when, for example, investigating neuronal networks in mouse brains. Lightsheet Z.1 by ZEISS combines the advantages of clearing with light sheet fluorescence microscopy. It lets you image large cleared specimens with exceptional light efficiency, speed and next to no photo damage. http://www.zeiss.com/lightsheet
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