Better Understanding of the Tissue Microenvironment

Posted on Aug 11, 2021

See More Biology in the Tissue Microenvironment

Why is everyone talking about 3D tissue analysis? You don’t live in a two-dimensional world and neither do cells. Biological tissues are complex and intrinsically three-dimensional.

The Tissue Microenvironment is Three-dimensional

When researchers can view spatial relationships in X, Y, and Z dimensions the understanding of the tissue microenvironment can spark new discoveries. This is the capability we provide at ClearLight Biotechnologies. We use CLARITY tissue clearing and multiplexed immunohistochemistry. Then we perform microscopy and imaging in three dimensions.

With whole-tissue imaging in contiguous 3D, we reveal more than just your target signal, but also provide an insight into cellular relationships in the surrounding microenvironment. With ClearLight you can break free from the limitations of interpolated data that 2D FFPE tissue processing provides. You can make use of a new world of data: visualizing, processing, interpreting, and understanding the complex relationships within the tissue microenvironment. Imagine this capability for your research.

What will your team do when you can finally See More Biology?

Watch this "Welcome to the Microenvironment" video to learn more about how ClearLight Lab Services helps researchers gain a better understanding of the complex tissue microenvironment.

Schedule an Exploratory Meeting

When you want to get a better understanding of CLARITY and 3D IHC for your research question, please get in touch. Schedule an appointment directly with our Application Scientist using this Calendly link. Already know what you need? Visit ClearLight Lab Services or Buy a CLARITY Tissue Clearing Kit.

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