This turn-key system combines electrophoretic tissue clearing and immunolabeling into one high-throughput device. Leverage the Clear+ tissue clearing method, along with eFLASH and patented stochastic electrotransport technologies, to rapidly clear and label whole organs. Key highlights and features include:
This legacy active immunolabeling system achieves uniform whole-organ antibody labeling by combining our patented stochastic electrotransport method with SWITCH. Compared to passive labeling techniques such as iDISCO and CUBIC, SmartLabel provides superior penetration and uniformity of probes in just 1-2 days.
The SmartSPIM light sheet microscope provides unparalleled resolution and acquisition speed throughout intact tissue volumes, while its modular design allows you to upgrade and customize individual components.
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The MegaSPIM microscope is our newest light sheet imaging system. Utilizing the same axial sweeping technology that makes SmartSPIM so powerful, MegaSPIM is optimized for imaging not only laterally large samples, but thin slices and arrays of small tissues as well. Unique highlights and features include:
Megatome is a vibrating microtome designed to section a broad range of samples, from organoids and biopsy samples to expanded rodent brains and intact human organs. With high blade vibrating frequency and minimized blade deflection, Megatome enables high-throughput tissue sectioning with uniform surface profile, as well as minimal tissue damage and information loss. Additional features include mounting accessories, remote desktop control, and close-up cameras to facilitate the sectioning process.
Quantify your results using the SmartSPIM-optimized workstation. Perform cell detection across the entire sample using machine learning pipelines customized and optimized for 3D fluorescent microscopy images. Generate detailed analysis outputs: visualize your effects with our publication-quality heatmaps, and statistically verify your experimental questions with per-brain region cell counts and densities for each sample.