Revolutionizing bioimaging
to elevate human health

With powerful end-to-end solutions for intact tissue spatial biology, LifeCanvas is transforming biomedical research, drug discovery, personalized medicine, and disease diagnoses.

Integrated solutions, sample-to-data processing, & expert support for an unparalleled range of applications.

From neuroscience to oncology, whole organs to organoids, LifeCanvas offers a unique end-to-end pipeline tailor-made for your research application. Our automated tools and proprietary technologies will streamline your workflow and improve your data outputs with unprecedented speed, accuracy, depth, and cost-effectiveness. We partner with you to obtain unbiased data that will drive your studies forward and enable breakthrough discoveries.

Sample Preparation

Optimize samples for imaging with advanced techniques for tissue preservation, tissue clearing, and immunolabeling.

Light Sheet Imaging

Easily capture 3D image data from a wide range of tissue types and sizes with unmatched acquisition speed and resolution.

3D Data Analysis

Leverage AI-powered cell detection algorithms to generate robust analysis outputs from 3D image data.

Recently published studies

Massively parallel in vivo Perturb-seq reveals celltype-specific transcriptional networks in cortical development

Xinhe Zheng, Boli Wu, Yuejia Liu, Sean K. Simmons, Kwanho Kim, Grace S. Clarke, Abdullah Ashiq, Joshua Park, Jiwen Li, Zhilin Wang, Liqi Tong, Qizhao Wang, Keerthi T. Rajamani, Rodrigo Muñoz-Castañeda, Shang Mu, Tianbo Qi, Yunxiao Zhang, Zi Chao Ngiam, Naoto Ohte, Carina Hanashima, Zhuhao Wu, Xiangmin Xu, Joshua Z. Levin, and Xin Jin.

Journal:
Cell Short Article
Publication Date:
Research Area:
Other
Tissue Species:
Mouse
Tissue Type:
Brain
Products Cited:
SmartSPIM
Brain vasculature accumulates tau and is spatially related to tau tangle pathology in Alzheimer’s disease

Zachary Hoglund, Nancy Ruiz-Uribe, Eric del Sastre, Benjamin Woost, Elizabeth Bader, Joshua Bailey, Bradley T. Hyman, Theodore Zwang & Rachel E. Bennett

Journal:
Acta Neuropathologica
Publication Date:
Research Area:
Mapping
Tissue Species:
Human
Tissue Type:
Brain
Products Cited:
EasyIndex, MegaSPIM
Integrated platform for multiscale molecular imaging and phenotyping of the human brain

Juhyuk Park†, Ji Wang†, Webster Guan†, Lars A. Gjesteby, Dylan Pollack, Lee Kamentsky, Nicholas B. Evans, Jeff Stirman, Xinyi Gu, Chuanxi Zhao, Slayton Marx, Minyoung E. Kim, Seo Woo Choi, Michael Snyder, David Chavez, Clover Su-Arcaro, Yuxuan Tian, Chang Sin Park, Qiangge Zhang, Dae Hee Yun, Mira Moukheiber, Guoping Feng, X. William Yang, C. Dirk Keene, Patrick R. Hof, Satrajit S. Ghosh, Matthew P. Frosch, Laura J. Brattain, Kwanghun Chung*

Journal:
Science
Publication Date:
Tissue Species:
Human
Tissue Type:
Brain
Products Cited:
SHIELD, Megatome, MegaSPIM

LifeCanvas Portraits: Conversations with researchers

LifeCanvas Portraits: Dr. Sam Centanni

Dr. Sam Centanni uses the LifeCanvas pipeline to investigate the neurobiological overlap between stress and predisposition to alcohol abuse, as well as long-term effects of alcohol on the brain.

LifeCanvas Portraits: Dr. Mike Taormina

Dr. Mike Taormina uses SmartSPIM light sheet microscopy to rapidly image whole mouse brains, streamlining workflows at the Allen Institute.

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