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Imaging Organoids With Light-Sheet Fluorescence Microscopy

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Organoids – three-dimensional stem cell structures – can be cultured to represent a variety of tissue types and are used across a wide range of life science disciplines. Studying tissue and organ biology is challenging, particularly in mammals, given sample accessibility and ethical concerns. However, the use of organoids alleviates these challenges, supporting researchers in exploring questions that previously could not have been investigated without them.

Download this app note to discover how light-sheet fluorescence microscopy:

  • Is an ideal method for imaging organoids
  • Allows researchers to view whole organoids and cellular structures
  • Can provide complete 3D volume data with high resolution