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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.
Changes to Medicare rules could support care innovation for dialysis

Changes to Medicare rules could support care innovation for dialysis

C-Path and CDISC release global Therapeutic Area Standard for HIV research

C-Path and CDISC release global Therapeutic Area Standard for HIV research

Key gene could decrease detrimental brain swelling after stroke

Key gene could decrease detrimental brain swelling after stroke

Expanding range and functionality of radiotracers for improved disease diagnosis

Expanding range and functionality of radiotracers for improved disease diagnosis

Suicide risk grew after Missouri Medicaid kids shifted to managed care, hospitals say

Suicide risk grew after Missouri Medicaid kids shifted to managed care, hospitals say

New guidance on use of valproate in women, girls of child bearing age with epilepsy published

New guidance on use of valproate in women, girls of child bearing age with epilepsy published

Survey suggests need for more systematic approaches to address drug shortages

Survey suggests need for more systematic approaches to address drug shortages

Device-safety experts to FDA: Make data public

Device-safety experts to FDA: Make data public

Research Recognition Award will help improve lives of young people with absence epilepsy

Research Recognition Award will help improve lives of young people with absence epilepsy

Virginia Tech Helmet Lab releases first youth-specific football helmet ratings

Virginia Tech Helmet Lab releases first youth-specific football helmet ratings

Study brings clarity about milk intake for children with Duarte galactosemia

Study brings clarity about milk intake for children with Duarte galactosemia

Daily sugar intake in European children is up to three times more than the maximum recommended level

Daily sugar intake in European children is up to three times more than the maximum recommended level

Resources must be provided for government’s new rapid care measures to be a success, BMA says

Resources must be provided for government’s new rapid care measures to be a success, BMA says

RCEM issues position statement on metrics to supplement four-hour standard target

RCEM issues position statement on metrics to supplement four-hour standard target

Ecological restoration projects involving indigenous peoples prove more successful

Ecological restoration projects involving indigenous peoples prove more successful

For California attorney general Xavier Becerra, resistance is personal

For California attorney general Xavier Becerra, resistance is personal

With mom’s green card on the line, family forgoes autism services for citizen child

With mom’s green card on the line, family forgoes autism services for citizen child

New apprenticeship scheme set to support Life Sciences Industrial Strategy of the UK government

New apprenticeship scheme set to support Life Sciences Industrial Strategy of the UK government

Columbia neuroengineers create new system to translate thoughts into speech

Columbia neuroengineers create new system to translate thoughts into speech

Alzheimer's Association grants more than $800,000 to support the SPRINT MIND Study

Alzheimer's Association grants more than $800,000 to support the SPRINT MIND Study