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Clarity - imaging deep and at high resolution intact brain tissue

Last week Dr. Karl Deisseroth and colleagues published a Nature paper showcasing a new method which allowed them to image at high resolution very large portions of intact brain tissue. This technique is likely to enable future discoveries in the field of "connectomics" and neurosciences in general.

In the paper Imaris is used to visualize the huge data sets as well as create high quality animations. In addition, Imaris Filament Tracer is used to identify and study neurons.

The Youtube video received over 200 thousand views in 4 days!


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Deisseroth's lab (the pdf of the paper is there):

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By the way, one of the images in this paper made it into the top images of the year 2013:
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