How To Stain and Clear Large Samples for 3D Light Sheet Microscopy
Understanding 3D biological systems is crucial for researchers investigating neuroscience, cancer, the tumor microenvironment and immuno-oncology. This includes studying interactions within organoids, organs and even whole organisms. With light sheet microscopy, you can image a sample as large as a whole mouse, in 3D, at cellular resolution without prior tissue sectioning. In this webinar, you will learn essential steps for preparing large samples, including staining with validated 3D-immunofluorescence antibodies and tissue clearing for transparent sample rendering. Enhance your research by gaining a solid understanding of how to unravel tissue complexity and how to establish an optimized workflow for 3D imaging in your lab.
- Develop a comprehensive understanding of the importance of 3D imaging in your research
- Learn about the essential steps required to prepare large samples for 3D light sheet imaging
- Explore our innovative 3D-immunofluorescence (3D-IF) antibodies and tissue clearing reagents