Microscopy Research and Technique

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Edited By: Alberto Diaspro

Online ISSN: 1097-0029

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Call for Emerging Trends in Deep Tissue Microscopy Special Issue Submissions

Emerging Trends in Deep Tissue Microscopy
A Special Issue from Microscopy Research and Technique

Edited by Tomas Cizmar, Dundee University, and Steve Lee, Australian National University

This year, MRT is seeking submissions for a Special Issue focusing on the Emerging Trends in Deep Tissue Microscopy, edited by Tomas Cizmar (Dundee Uni) and Steve Lee (Aust National Uni). In this special issue, we seek the submission of reports on new advances in microscopy techniques that are focused on achieving deep tissue imaging (proof of concept, in-vitro, in-vivo). Novel techniques include development of new microscopy systems (including long wavelength lasers, miniature microscope system), new methods in spatial and temporal light manipulation, design of advanced microendoscopes, and chemical optical tissue clearing, etc.

The submission deadline is 16 October 2015.

For more information on submitting a manuscript for this Special Issue, please see the complete Emerging Trends in Deep Tissue Microscopy Special Issue instructions.

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Call for Intact Organs: High Resolution Multimodal Optical 4D Imaging Special Issue Submissions

Intact Organs: High Resolution Multimodal Optical 4D Imaging
A Special Issue from Microscopy Research and Technique

Edited by Mayandi Sivaguru, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

This special issue will discuss imaging intact organs via tissue and whole mount samples prepared after enhancing contrast (fluorescently stained or transgenic expression), optically clearing and refractive index matching strategies (CLARITY, PARS, 3DISCO, SCALE, BABB, Methyl Salicylate and so on), unconventional imaging of colored and uncolored wax block face of the samples using fluorescence, confocal and two photon techniques together with various mounting media (RI) suitable for Lightsheet, Confocal and Two-photon optical techniques and the performance comparison of techniques (advantages and disadvantages of a given technique). Articles will be included that compare optical techniques with contrasting techniques such as high resolution micro-CT.

The submission deadline is 31 September 2015.

For more information on submitting a manuscript for this Special Issue, please see the complete Intact Organs: High Resolution Multimodal Optical 4D Imaging Special Issue Instructions.

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