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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 shows diabetic patients prefer their consent to share their data digitally

Survey shows diabetic patients prefer their consent to share their data digitally

Telehealth during COVID-19 could help avoid admissions for diabetic ketoacidosis

Telehealth during COVID-19 could help avoid admissions for diabetic ketoacidosis

Innovative STM method may lead to new, purer pharmaceuticals

Innovative STM method may lead to new, purer pharmaceuticals

CZI announces grants for researchers studying the role of inflammation in disease

CZI announces grants for researchers studying the role of inflammation in disease

Tips to make safe transitions between nursing home and emergency departments during COVID-19

Tips to make safe transitions between nursing home and emergency departments during COVID-19

Lawmaker pushing mental health reform: It’s ‘more needed than ever’

Lawmaker pushing mental health reform: It’s ‘more needed than ever’

A new website launched to track landmark coronavirus studies

A new website launched to track landmark coronavirus studies

Vaping, opioid addiction accelerate coronavirus risks, says NIDA director

Vaping, opioid addiction accelerate coronavirus risks, says NIDA director

Study raises questions about diagnoses of chronic traumatic encephalopathy

Study raises questions about diagnoses of chronic traumatic encephalopathy

Nanostics to create new blood test to forecast the severity of COVID-19 in patients

Nanostics to create new blood test to forecast the severity of COVID-19 in patients

Researchers develop COVID-19 guide for primary care health workers

Researchers develop COVID-19 guide for primary care health workers

A sensor chip smaller than a ladybug records multiple lung and heart signals

A sensor chip smaller than a ladybug records multiple lung and heart signals

What does recovery from COVID-19 look like? It depends. A pulmonologist explains.

What does recovery from COVID-19 look like? It depends. A pulmonologist explains.

Metrion Biosciences and International Scientific Consortium publish data and new recommendations for in vitro risk assessment of the cardiac safety of new medicines

Metrion Biosciences and International Scientific Consortium publish data and new recommendations for in vitro risk assessment of the cardiac safety of new medicines

California lawmakers struggle to conduct business amid COVID-19 lockdown

California lawmakers struggle to conduct business amid COVID-19 lockdown

Cryo-electron microscopy helps visualize ball-and-chain inactivation of ion channels

Cryo-electron microscopy helps visualize ball-and-chain inactivation of ion channels

New understanding of signaling molecule interleukin-2 can guide drug discovery efforts

New understanding of signaling molecule interleukin-2 can guide drug discovery efforts

Former federal virus hunter says U.S. needs to act before new germs ‘kick your door in’

Former federal virus hunter says U.S. needs to act before new germs ‘kick your door in’

A miRNA signature linked to local-regional failure and overall survival after pancreatic cancer resection

A miRNA signature linked to local-regional failure and overall survival after pancreatic cancer resection

Preserving kidney function in patients with diabetic kidney disease

Preserving kidney function in patients with diabetic kidney disease