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A mouse eye that was rendered optically transparent with EZ Clear. The eye is made up of a glowing rainbow of colors.
A mouse eye that was rendered optically transparent with EZ Clear shows colored blood vessels labeled with lectin-649. The eye was imaged on Zeiss Lightsheet Z. Samples processed with EZ Clear can retain endogenous fluorescence and allow 3D whole organ lightsheet imaging. Image created by Dr. C.-H. L. Hsu. Read the complete article here.

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