April and May have been busy months for our clients with 11 new scientific publications since our last update featuring Nanolive live cell imaging. Most articles were either immuno-oncology & oncology or microbiology & biofilm-related, but there was a sprinkle of nanomaterials included in the mix too.
The author list covered by these articles was impressive, featuring researchers from Australia, USA, China, France, Mexico, Brazil, Taiwan, Russia, UK, Italy, South Korea, and Poland – evidence that Nanolive’s influence in research is growing on an international scale.
11 new scientific publications featuring Nanolive imaging – list of authors
• Synthesis of polymer brushes via SI-PET-RAFT for photodynamic inactivation of bacteria, by Ng et al., was published in the journal Macromolecular Rapid Communications. You can read it here.
• Stapled wasp venom-derived oncolytic peptides with side chains induce rapid membrane lysis and prolonged immune responses in melanoma, by Wu et al., was published in the Journal of Medicinal Chemistry. You can read it here.
• Low biological fluctuation of mitochondrial CpG and non‑CpG methylation at the single‑molecule level, by Goldsmith et al. was published in the journal Scientific Reports. You can read it here.
• Application of digital holographic tomography in antitumor effect of cantharides complex on 4T1 breast cancer cells, by Lu et al., was published in the journal Applied Optics. You can read it here.
• SARS-CoV-2 infection induces psoriatic arthritis flares and enthesis resident plasmacytoid dendritic cell type-1 interferon inhibition by JAK antagonism offer novel spondyloarthritis pathogenesis insights, by Zhou et al., was published in the journal Frontiers in Immunology. You can read it here.
• Butyrate modulates adipose-derived stem cells isolated from polygenic obese and diabetic mice to drive enhanced immunosuppression, by Hsu et al., was published in the journal Cytotherapy. You can read it here.
• AQP3 increases intercellular cohesion in NSCLC A549 cell spheroids through exploratory cell protrusions, by Min et al., was published in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences. You can read it here.
• Bacteria single-cell and photosensitizer interaction revealed by quantitative phase imaging, by Buzalewicz et al., was published in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences. You can read it here.
• Caspase‑8 deficiency induces a switch from TLR3 induced apoptosis to lysosomal cell death in neuroblastoma, by Locquet et al., was published in the scientific journal, Scientific Reports. You can read it here.
• Molecular profiling of the intestinal mucosa and immune cells of the colon by multi-parametric histological techniques, by Zadka et al., was published in the scientific journal, Scientific Reports. You can read it here.
• Extracellular‐vesicle‐based coatings enhance bioactivity of titanium, by Pansani et al., was published in the journal Nanomaterials. You can read it here.
Congratulations to all the authors involved and keep up the good work!
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