CLARITY News and Research

RSS
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.
New paper defines strategy for developing effective vaccines for Lyme disease

New paper defines strategy for developing effective vaccines for Lyme disease

Telescope technology used to take first undistorted images of eye area involved in glaucoma

Telescope technology used to take first undistorted images of eye area involved in glaucoma

CDISC and C-Path develop new standard to streamline data for animal rule studies

CDISC and C-Path develop new standard to streamline data for animal rule studies

New guidance recommends systematic use of 'exercise prescription' for cancer patients

New guidance recommends systematic use of 'exercise prescription' for cancer patients

Patients would like to be asked before using medical data for research

Patients would like to be asked before using medical data for research

Tenn. block grant experiment would boost federal funding, state Medicaid chief says

Tenn. block grant experiment would boost federal funding, state Medicaid chief says

Internists applaud CMS for proposing improvements in Medicare Physician Fee Schedule

Internists applaud CMS for proposing improvements in Medicare Physician Fee Schedule

'A new era of drug discovery’: Company develops drug using AI

'A new era of drug discovery’: Company develops drug using AI

7-year-old treated with FDA-approved gene therapy for Leber congenital amaurosis

7-year-old treated with FDA-approved gene therapy for Leber congenital amaurosis

How moral distress leads to erosion of clinicians' moral strength in health care systems

How moral distress leads to erosion of clinicians' moral strength in health care systems

Ground-breaking laser device gets $4.7 million boost from NSF

Ground-breaking laser device gets $4.7 million boost from NSF

UK’s leading anti-euthanasia campaign group responds to 'misleading and irresponsible' film

UK’s leading anti-euthanasia campaign group responds to 'misleading and irresponsible' film

Texas Biomed researchers pinpoint important mechanism behind TB/HIV co-infection

Texas Biomed researchers pinpoint important mechanism behind TB/HIV co-infection

Researchers map uncharted area of genome using advanced imaging

Researchers map uncharted area of genome using advanced imaging

Mount Sinai researchers discover drug resistance signature in Crohn's disease

Mount Sinai researchers discover drug resistance signature in Crohn's disease

Real-time, music-based feedback system helps improve deadlift technique

Real-time, music-based feedback system helps improve deadlift technique

Addiction clinics market pricey, unproven treatments to desperate patients

Addiction clinics market pricey, unproven treatments to desperate patients

Research shows that water molecules do not co-migrate via potassium channel

Research shows that water molecules do not co-migrate via potassium channel

New bimodal contrast agent suits both MRI and photoacoustic imaging

New bimodal contrast agent suits both MRI and photoacoustic imaging

Modern wildfires pose new health risks for firefighters

Modern wildfires pose new health risks for firefighters