Recent advances in the tissue clearing field have unlocked the visualization of biology throughout whole organs. Tissue processing methods that render tissue optically transparent can be combined with methods that enable the tissue-wide penetration of molecular probes such as antibodies. However, many of these techniques...

April is National Inventor’s Month, and we wanted to give a shoutout to historical inventors that had a hand in creating the technologies we use every day in our manufacturing and tissue processing lab. Advances in science are incredibly interconnected, requiring the use of materials...

There is a growing trend among biomedical researchers to interrogate biological structures and biomolecular information in three-dimensional volumes rather than in thin slices. This is particularly the case for neuroscientists looking to spatially map the interactions between the hundreds of unique cell types in the...

Neurons communicate not only via conventional neurotransmitters but also through neuropeptides. Whereas neurotransmitters often operate by changing the excitability of neighboring neurons, neuropeptides typically impact molecular pathways within target cells leading to diverse modulatory effects. Individual neurons can release both a conventional neurotransmitter and one...

New to tissue clearing? If so, you are in the right place! This guide will walk you through the tissue processing journey step by step. First, to ensure the sample retains endogenous fluorescence, protein antigenicity, and structural integrity throughout the clearing process, the tissue ...

Breathtaking progress in life sciences has brought us innovations such as high-throughput and individually-affordable genomic sequencing as well as next-generation flow cytometry that can phenotype dissociated cells for their expression of dozens of markers simultaneously. The development of cutting-edge technology solutions with standardized workflows has...

Histological analysis has classically been performed on thin tissue sections so that fine-scale features such as individual neuronal cell bodies and cellular processes can be resolved using light microscopy. This tissue-thickness limitation is due to two primary mechanisms: (#1) contamination of the focal plane by...