Resources and Downloads
- Miyawaki, A., "Scale: a chemical approach for fluorescence imaging and reconstruction of transparent mouse brain," Nature Neuroscience
- "New Way to Gain Clear View of the Brain," New York Times, October 10, 2011.
- "A new chemical reagent turns mouse brain transparent," RIKEN Brain Science Institute, press release, August 30, 2011.
- SCALEVIEW System for Deep Multiphoton Imaging Realize the Impossible: 4mm Deep Imaging.
- "Olympus America SCALEVIEW Microscope Objective Allows Imaging 8mm Deep - Further into Tissue Than Ever Possible Before," BioSpace.com, December 5, 2011
- "The Invisible Mouse," BioTechniques, December 20, 2011
- 3-D Microscopy Goes Deeper and Deeper," BioPhotonics, February 2012
- As Clear as a Cell: Researchers See Deeper into Tissue than Ever Before, Reproduced from Microscopy Today, Vol. 21, No. 4, July 2013, Copyright ©2013 Cambridge University Press.
All images obtained using an Olympus FluoView FV1000-MPE multiphoton microscope system with either SCALEVIEW immersion 25x MPE 4mm or 8mm objective and SCALEVIEW-A2 optical clearing agent.
Dr. Atsushi Miyawaki discusses many topics including the revolutionary Scale clearning technique allowing 4mm deep multiphoton imaging for Connectome work.PLAY VIDEO
Image of YFP-H mouse hippocampus acquired as 24 region (4x6) montage over 3.3mm of depth, and stitched using Olympus FluoView software.PLAY VIDEO
The image shows 4 mm deep acquisition of mouse brain transgenically encoded to express YFP in neurons.PLAY VIDEO
The image shows 8 mm deep acquisition of mouse brain transgenically encoded to express YFP in neurons.PLAY VIDEO
From Large Scale Imaging to Functional MeasurementsPLAY VIDEO
Motion compensation for Intravital Imaging Microscopy by Dr. Claudio VinegoniPLAY VIDEO
Olympus FluoView FV1200 Laser Scanning Confocal Microscope
Senior Product Manager Brendan Brinkman discusses the new Olympus FluoView FV1200 and FV1200MPE laser scanning confocal and multiphoton systems and their optimizations for live cell and tissue imaging. Optimized for Imaging Live Cells and Tissues, FV1200 brings sensitivity and power to your research through a range of innovative technology and sensitivity improvements, allowing you to capture the most critical elements of your biological samples with speed, precision and reliability. Topics in the video include new high sensitivity gallium arsenide phosphide (GaAsP) detection, new continuous and one touch autofocus, touch panel control with the IX83 ZDC microscope, improved light throughput with anti-corrosive silver coated galvanometer scanning mirrors, adjustable live cell and animal stage options, near IR and multiphoton laser options, and high speed measurement software and simultaneous stimulation capability for optogenetics.PLAY VIDEO