3i Cleared Tissue LightSheet, PEGASOS, and Aivia - May 18, 10AM PDT | 11AM MDT | 1PM EDT
Cleared Tissue LightSheet (CTLS) is a large field light-sheet microscope designed to image whole organs at high speed. CTLS creates a focused sheet with a narrow waist for better optical sectioning, then uses a spatial light modulator (SLM) to rapidly shift the waist of the sheet along the axis of propagation. A dual excitation setup allows imaging from the right and left sides of the specimen for optimal light-sheet projection throughout. Piezoelectric stages move the specimen in x, y, and z with sub-micron resolution. The result is clear: a 1cm³ volume can be imaged at up to 1µm x 1µm x 3µm (XYZ) resolution, and a cleared mouse brain can be imaged in as little as 1.5 hours.
Watch this webinar for a special presentation of Cleared Tissue LightSheet with guest speakers Dr. Hu Zhao (Texas A&M University) - inventor, PEGASOS tissue clearing method - and Dr. Luciano Lucas (DRVision Technologies) - Executive Vice President, Aivia software for visualization, AI, and image analysis.
Learn more about Cleared Tissue LightSheet here: https://www.intelligent-imaging.com/ctls