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The lipid-exchanged, anatomically rigid, imaging/immunostaining compatible, tissue hydrogel (CLARITY) method was initially designed in 2013 by Chung and Deisseroth at the Stanford University School of Medicine. Using this process, post-mortem organs can be labeled for proteins and nucleic acids, enabling analysis of intact samples to create detailed 3D images.
Greenhouse gas emissions higher for non-vegetarian diets than for vegetarian diets

Greenhouse gas emissions higher for non-vegetarian diets than for vegetarian diets

Researchers refine cryogenic electron microscopy technique

Researchers refine cryogenic electron microscopy technique

Researchers discover that existing drug can enhance memory

Researchers discover that existing drug can enhance memory

Study unearths previously unknown role of CTCF, the transcription regulator

Study unearths previously unknown role of CTCF, the transcription regulator

Integrated strategies can help achieve biodiversity, climate, and water objectives

Integrated strategies can help achieve biodiversity, climate, and water objectives

Study unravels new aspects of prions causing untreatable neurodegenerative conditions

Study unravels new aspects of prions causing untreatable neurodegenerative conditions

Study decodes the activation mechanism of immune cells

Study decodes the activation mechanism of immune cells

New technology offers an alternative way to produce highly detailed images of the brain

New technology offers an alternative way to produce highly detailed images of the brain

World Food Safety Day 2021: An Interview with the World Health Organization (WHO)

World Food Safety Day 2021: An Interview with the World Health Organization (WHO)

Study assesses the effectiveness of agri-environmental schemes for biodiversity management

Study assesses the effectiveness of agri-environmental schemes for biodiversity management

Novel technique could transform super-resolution imaging systems

Novel technique could transform super-resolution imaging systems

Earth’s largest freshwater lakes reveal carbon fixation trends

Earth’s largest freshwater lakes reveal carbon fixation trends

Scientists discover how abnormal proteins unleash latent toxicity in neurodegenerative diseases

Scientists discover how abnormal proteins unleash latent toxicity in neurodegenerative diseases

New research may play key role in promoting greener future

New research may play key role in promoting greener future

Loss of seagrass will leave tropical islands vulnerable to climate change

Loss of seagrass will leave tropical islands vulnerable to climate change

Scientists use cryo-EM method to extract molecular data

Scientists use cryo-EM method to extract molecular data

Human activity can aggravate effects of nutrient pollution in marine ecosystems

Human activity can aggravate effects of nutrient pollution in marine ecosystems

Study shows mismatched caregiver-infant interactions can increase risk of later obesity

Study shows mismatched caregiver-infant interactions can increase risk of later obesity

Study shows how chemicals cause complex cell mutations

Study shows how chemicals cause complex cell mutations

Study reveals the negative effects of silicone breast implants

Study reveals the negative effects of silicone breast implants

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