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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.
Survey provides insights into 'pure awareness' state experienced by meditators

Survey provides insights into 'pure awareness' state experienced by meditators

People with learning disabilities are at higher risk of covid-19 related hospitalizations, deaths

People with learning disabilities are at higher risk of covid-19 related hospitalizations, deaths

How women in England faced childbirth in the COVID-19 pandemic

How women in England faced childbirth in the COVID-19 pandemic

B cell depleting agents can cause altered immune responses to COVID-19 vaccines, suggests study

B cell depleting agents can cause altered immune responses to COVID-19 vaccines, suggests study

A study on hospitalized COVID-19 patients who received plasma therapy

A study on hospitalized COVID-19 patients who received plasma therapy

Experts call on the government to suspend daily contact testing trials in schools

Experts call on the government to suspend daily contact testing trials in schools

Study: Patients with two SARS-CoV-2 variants are less likely to be asymptomatic compared to control group

Study: Patients with two SARS-CoV-2 variants are less likely to be asymptomatic compared to control group

Indian WHO study examines COVID-19 susceptibility in children versus adults

Indian WHO study examines COVID-19 susceptibility in children versus adults

New study pushes the memory clock back over a year

New study pushes the memory clock back over a year

Researchers demonstrate an alternative way to produce highly detailed images of the brain

Researchers demonstrate an alternative way to produce highly detailed images of the brain

Can rapid antigen tests help screen for COVID-19?

Can rapid antigen tests help screen for COVID-19?

Statins associated with reduced COVID-19 mortality and decreased need for ventilator support

Statins associated with reduced COVID-19 mortality and decreased need for ventilator support

Review of COVID-19's long-term effects

Review of COVID-19's long-term effects

Having trouble falling asleep associated with cognitive impairment 14 years later

Having trouble falling asleep associated with cognitive impairment 14 years later

Natural products show promise against COVID-19 via iron chelation

Natural products show promise against COVID-19 via iron chelation

International coalition develops classification criteria for 25 subtypes of uveitis

International coalition develops classification criteria for 25 subtypes of uveitis

MSU research reveals how the skin's immune cells organize themselves to ward off intruders

MSU research reveals how the skin's immune cells organize themselves to ward off intruders

Study elucidates the use of anticoagulants to treat bleeding in patients with gastrointestinal cancers

Study elucidates the use of anticoagulants to treat bleeding in patients with gastrointestinal cancers

Study could help scientists, policymakers communicate about zoonotic diseases

Study could help scientists, policymakers communicate about zoonotic diseases

BMI may not be best obesity indicator to evaluate lung cancer risk, study suggests

BMI may not be best obesity indicator to evaluate lung cancer risk, study suggests