CLARITY Tissue Clearing Kit – Low Lipid

$550.00

Tissue Clearing Kit for researchers who wish to perform lipid clearing of soft tissues. Use the Low Lipid version if your tissue is lower in lipids, e.g., kidney, most cancerous tissue, liver, or tonsil. These tissues are generally more solid compared to high lipid “squishy” tissues. For high lipid tissues, e.g, brain tissue, eye, or lymph nodes, choose the High Lipid version. CLARITY Tissue Clearing kits are for research use only.

New to CLARITY tissue clearing? Visit CLARITY 101 to learn more. Short on time or capacity? Consider ClearLight’s Lab Services.

Kit Contents: CLARITY Lipid Embedding Solution – Low Lipid (62.5 mL), Thermal Initiator (1 g), Wash Buffer 1 (101 mL), CLARITY Lipid Clearing Solution (1000 mL), Wash Buffer 2 (101 mL), Procedures and Guidance Insert

Description

The CLARITY Tissue Clearing Kit – Low Lipid product supports the CLARITY method of tissue clearing. CLARITY is a tissue clearing method used to render tissues optically transparent, allowing for non-destructive tissue processing and 3D imaging of both normal and diseased soft tissues. In the CLARITY tissue clearing method, the tissue is first embedded with hydrogel monomers to create a matrix scaffold, then the light scattering lipids are removed. After lipid clearing, the tissue-hydrogel hybrid is both transparent to light and permeable to molecules, enabling immunostaining and imaging using a confocal or light-sheet microscope.

The CLARITY Tissue Clearing Kit – Low Lipid product supports steps 1-3 in the Tissue Processing Workflow diagram below.

New to CLARITY tissue clearing? Visit CLARITY 101 to learn more. Short on time or capacity? Consider ClearLight’s Lab Services. See 3D imaging of normal and diseased tissues on ClearLight’s YouTube Channel.

ClearLight Biotechnologies Tissue Processing Workflow - CLARITY Tissue Clearing Kit

Additional information

Weight 4 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 9 × 4 in

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Analysis can be performed for select biomarkers, please contact us to find out if your target of interest is one of them. Imaging is currently performed on select fields of view instead of the entire sample.

Submission Guidelines

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