Could advances in 3D imaging of tissues and whole organs provide a new tool in the pathologist’s arsenal?
Jonathan James | | Quick Read
It’s a pathologist’s wildest dream – the study of tissue without the need for labor-intensive, error-prone histological sectioning. A new paper in Science Advances (1) builds on recent advances in tissue optical clearing (2) to present a new approach to the three-dimensional imaging of whole organs – FDISCO.
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