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TISSUE HISTOLOGY

Fast and slide-free imaging

Optical imaging of fluorescently labelled tissue illuminated by ultraviolet light does not require microscope slides and makes for a rapid alternative to conventional histology.

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D.A.O. is a board member and shareholder of Invenio Imaging, Inc., a company developing microscopy systems for stimulated Raman histology. S.C.P. declares no competing interests.

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Orringer, D.A., Camelo-Piragua, S. Fast and slide-free imaging. Nat Biomed Eng 1, 926–928 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41551-017-0172-z

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