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Nanolive imaging validates antibody efficacy in the fight against cancer

What is the role of macrophages in the immune response? Macrophages are a type of white blood cell present in our innate immune system. They are specialized effector cells that detect and destroy harmful pathogens (e.g., bacteria or viruses), as well as diseased and damaged cells via an engulfment process known as phagocytosis. Antigen peptides, the products of phagocytosis, are presented to major histocompatibility complex (MHC) class II molecules present on the surface of the macrophage,...
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Continuous, multiplexed live cell data, multi-parametric readout EVE Analytics’ user-friendly interface offers a segmentation and analysis solution specific to Nanolive’s content rich data which can deliver meaningful metrics with the highest biological relevance. Works over long-term experiments where cell confluency changes significantly with no reduction in quality and automatically calculates and delivers numerous live cell metrics in parallel such as dry mass, cell count, cell confluency,...
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Investigating the cellular adhesion process in non‐small cell lung cancer cells using Nanolive imaging

Lung cancer: the world's deadliest cancer The World Health Organization (WHO) reports lung cancer as the most common cause of cancer death in 2020. It is estimated to have caused 1.8 million deaths worldwide, 85% of which, were classified as non‐small cell lung cancers (NSCLC). Only 19% of patients diagnosed with NSCLC survive for longer than 5 years. This worryingly low figure reflects the difficulties in diagnosing early stages of lung cancer (~40% of NSCLC diagnoses made are already at...
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