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A light-sheet microscope offers fast three-dimensional imaging of intact clinical tissue samples over large fields of view.

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  1. Rory M. Power and Jan Huisken are in the Department of Medical Engineering, Morgridge Institute for Research, Madison, Wisconsin 53715, USA

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    •  & Jan Huisken

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