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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.
IQWiG's new threshold proven feasible in practice for early benefit assessments of drugs

IQWiG's new threshold proven feasible in practice for early benefit assessments of drugs

Readers and tweeters dispense timely advice for difficult times

Readers and tweeters dispense timely advice for difficult times

New report identifies key barriers and enablers for data sharing in dementia research

New report identifies key barriers and enablers for data sharing in dementia research

Taking Advantage of Measuring Molecular Collisional Cross-Sections in Pharma​

Taking Advantage of Measuring Molecular Collisional Cross-Sections in Pharma​

UiB professor receives 12 million NOK to study the relation between psychosis and criminal insanity

UiB professor receives 12 million NOK to study the relation between psychosis and criminal insanity

New COVID-19 variant identified in Brazilian Amazon spreads faster

New COVID-19 variant identified in Brazilian Amazon spreads faster

As vaccine rollout expands, Black Americans still left behind

As vaccine rollout expands, Black Americans still left behind

Prioritizing older adults for COVID-19 vaccination will save more lives

Prioritizing older adults for COVID-19 vaccination will save more lives

Expert urges to stop 5G networks until people’s safety is confirmed

Expert urges to stop 5G networks until people’s safety is confirmed

Personalized neuromodulation approach provides relief from severe depression symptoms

Personalized neuromodulation approach provides relief from severe depression symptoms

New tests may help improve the selection of men considering prostate cancer surveillance

New tests may help improve the selection of men considering prostate cancer surveillance

Study offers a differentiated patient-specific solution in minimal residual disease testing

Study offers a differentiated patient-specific solution in minimal residual disease testing

Researchers develop a low-cost, saliva-optimized RT-LAMP assay for faster detection of SARS-CoV-2

Researchers develop a low-cost, saliva-optimized RT-LAMP assay for faster detection of SARS-CoV-2

FDA takes first steps in bringing clarity to emerging area of individualized drug development

FDA takes first steps in bringing clarity to emerging area of individualized drug development

Study highlights differing perceptions of “do-not-resuscitate” orders

Study highlights differing perceptions of “do-not-resuscitate” orders

New tool may help monitor serotonin transmission with greater fidelity than current methods

New tool may help monitor serotonin transmission with greater fidelity than current methods

NET study: New theranostic approach effective in reducing tumor volume and extending lifespan

NET study: New theranostic approach effective in reducing tumor volume and extending lifespan

Study implicates diaphragm dysfunction as a potential cause for prolonged COVID-19 impairments

Study implicates diaphragm dysfunction as a potential cause for prolonged COVID-19 impairments

Cost information greatly enhances the value of shared decision making

Cost information greatly enhances the value of shared decision making

Most countries are not fulfilling international legal obligations during COVID-19, study reveals

Most countries are not fulfilling international legal obligations during COVID-19, study reveals