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Cardiovascular Imaging in 3D

High-Resolution Episcopic Microscopy (HREM) for 2D and 3D Heart Research

Image the anatomy of mice, zebrafish and chicken embryo hearts using HREM. Designed to image objects up to 30mm with a high contrast and resolution.

High resolution episcopic microscopy allows researchers to create 3D morphology datasets with no clearing, registration, or sample distortion.

Cross Section of 3D Embryonic Mouse Heart
Mouse Embryonic Mouse Heart in 3D

Examples of Cardiovascular 3D Imaging with High Resolution Episcopic Microscopy (HREM).

  • HREM can be used to image samples in experiments around Congenital Heart Defects (CHD).

  • Analyse the morphology of mice, zebrafish and chicken embryo cardiovascular systems.

  • Image whole embryos for studies on the cardiovascular system and defects.

  • Perform 3D measurements on high quality datasets including segmentation.

Advantages of using HREM in Cardiovascular Research

Benefits of HREM for 3D imaging of hearts:

  • Visualize a vast range of samples and density, including whole embryonic mice.

  • Capture 1–8-micron voxel sizes of the whole structure in 3D, imaging high resolution 2D sections.

  • No requirement for sample clearing or optical sectioning allowing for a range of tissue types.

More Info on HREM Technique

  • For more information or a quote use contact us

  • Browse the dedicated HREM page

Mouse Embryo Cardiovascular System


Below is a gallery of HREM example images captured by ourselves and our customer base of Cardiovascular examples.​

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