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UT Southwestern Medical Center’s Texas Institute for Brain Injury and Repair (TIBIR) has acquired a pair of TissueCyte 1000 microscopes, the latest generation in serial two-photon laser imaging, as a centerpiece of its new Whole Brain Microscopy Facility. The TissueCyte microscopes are the only ones of their kind in Texas, and two of just a handful in existence around the world.