Useful References

Useful References

Belle M, Godefroy D, Couly G, Malone SA, Collier F, Giacobini P, Chédotal A (2017) Tridimensional visualization and analysis of early human development. Cell, 169, 161-173 .

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0092867417302878

Belle M, Godefroy D, Dominici C, Heitz-Marchaland C, Zelina P, Hellal F, Bradke F, Chédotal A (2014) A Simple Method for 3D Analysis of Immunolabeled Axonal Tracts in a Transparent Nervous System. Cell Reports 9:1191–1201.
http://www.cell.com/cell-reports/pdf/S2211-1247(14)00906-1.pdf

Casoni, F., Malone, S.A., Belle, M., Luzzati, F., Collier, F., Allet, C., Hrabovszky, E., Sowmyalakshmi, R., Prévot, V., Chédotal, A. and Giacobini, P. (2016) Development of the neurons controlling fertility in humans: new insights from 3D imaging and transparent fetal brains. Development, 143, 3969-3981.
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Ertürk A, Becker K, Jährling N, Mauch CP, Hojer CD, Egen JG, Hellal F, Bradke F, Sheng M, Dodt HU (2012a) Three-dimensional imaging of solvent-cleared organs using 3DISCO. Nature Protocols 7:1983–1995.

Ertürk A, Mauch CP, Hellal F, Förstner F, Keck T, Becker K, Jährling N, Steffens H, Richter M, Hübener M, Kramer E, Kirchhoff F, Dodt HU, Bradke F (2012b) Three-dimensional imaging of the unsectioned adult spinal cord to assess axon regeneration and glial responses after injury. Nature Medicine 18:166–171.

Pan C, Cai R, Quacquarelli FP, Ghasemigharagoz A, Lourbopoulos A, Matryba P, Plesnila N, Dichgans M, Hellal F, Ertürk A (2016) Shrinkage-mediated imaging of entire organs and organisms using uDISCO. Nature Methods.

Renier N, Adams EL, Kirst C, Wu Z, Azevedo R, Kohl J, Autry AE, Kadiri L, Umadevi Venkataraju K, Zhou Y, Wang VX, Tang CY, Olsen O, Dulac C, Osten P, Tessier-Lavigne M (2016) Mapping of Brain Activity by Automated Volume Analysis of Immediate Early Genes. Cell 165:1789–1802.
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Renier N, Wu Z, Simon DJ, Yang J, Ariel P, Tessier-Lavigne M (2014) iDISCO: A Simple, Rapid Method to Immunolabel Large Tissue Samples for Volume Imaging. Cell 159:1–15.
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