White adipose tissue of the body is not only for energy storage, heat insulation or mechanical cushion but also produces hormones and it has significant immunological functions as well. These short movies demonstrate the three-dimensional histological structure of the subcutaneous white adipose tissue of the mouse, including its collagen extracellular matrix network, a subpopulation of fat immune cells and the less explored but very important sympathetic innervation.

Tissue: Dr. Csaba Adori and Dr. Jan Mulder; iDISCO reaction, light sheet microscopy, postprocess and videos: Dr. Csaba Adori

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