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Infographic: Generating Hundreds of 3D Organoid Images per Hour
By modifying a technique used to image single cells, researchers have managed to generate a super-resolution 3D image of a complete organoid in just seven seconds.
Infographic: Generating Hundreds of 3D Organoid Images per Hour
Infographic: Generating Hundreds of 3D Organoid Images per Hour

By modifying a technique used to image single cells, researchers have managed to generate a super-resolution 3D image of a complete organoid in just seven seconds.

By modifying a technique used to image single cells, researchers have managed to generate a super-resolution 3D image of a complete organoid in just seven seconds.

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Expert JeWell-ry Designers
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Analyzing organoids has proven slow and cumbersome for scientists. But a new technique may speed things up, producing 3D images of hundreds of organoids per hour.
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