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Volume 22 Issue 2, February 2019

Volume 22 Issue 2

Whole-body imaging of neuronal projections

Cai, Pan et al. developed vDISCO technology to image cellular details in intact transparent mice through bones and skin. It enabled detection of widespread CNS trauma effects and revealed short vascular connections between the skull marrow and brain meninges. The cover image shows a view of neuronal projections in the upper torso of an intact adult mouse.

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Image credit: Ali Ertürk. Cover design: Marina Corral Spence.

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