Translucence and Zeiss Team Up to Expand Possibilities for 3D Tissue Imaging

by Damian Wheeler
March 24, 2021

We are excited to announce that Translucence Biosystems has entered into a collaborative and strategic relationship with Carl Zeiss AG to promote the use of the Mesoscale Imaging SystemTM with the new ZEISS Lightsheet 7 microscope, designed to advance the 3D histology revolution.

Learn more about the Zeiss Lightsheet microscopes here.

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