We have 11 new publications featuring Nanolive imaging to round-up the end of 2022, and one to welcome 2023! Find links to all twelve papers on topics from mitochondria, to neutrophils, leukemia, red blood cells, and bacteria below.
12 new scientific publications featuring Nanolive live cell data solutions - List of authors
We really saw an increase in groups using Nanolive to image mitochondria this year, including these 4 papers:
Hyueyun Kim et al., ‘Shrimp MiR-965 Transfers Tumoricidal Mitochondria’, Biological Procedures Online, 26 October 2022, read it here
A. Neginskaya, S. E. Morris, and E. V. Pavlov, ‘Both ANT and ATPase Are Essential for Mitochondrial Permeability Transition but Not Depolarization’, IScience, 28 October 2022, read it here
Hyueyun Kim et al., ‘Lethal Effects of Mitochondria via Microfluidics’, Bioengineering & Translational Medicine, December 2022, read it here
Cristina Algieri et al., ‘1,5-Disubstituted-1,2,3-Triazoles Counteract Mitochondrial Dysfunction Acting on F1FO-ATPase in Models of Cardiovascular Diseases’, Pharmacological Research, 1 January 2023, read it here
Immunology and Immuno-oncology remained popular with 5 papers published on these topics:
Suhyun Park et al., ‘Label-Free Detection of Leukemic Myeloblasts in Hyaluronic Acid’, Journal of Biological Engineering, 1 November 2022, read it here
Seung-Ho Park et al., ‘Particulate Matter Promotes Cancer Metastasis through Increased HBEGF Expression in Macrophages’, Experimental & Molecular Medicine, November 2022, read it here
David Scieszka et al., ‘NETome: A Model to Decode the Human Genome and Proteome of Neutrophil Extracellular Traps’, Scientific Data, 16 November 2022, read it here
Mar Eroles et al., ‘Coupled Mechanical Mapping and Interference Contrast Microscopy Reveal Viscoelastic and Adhesion Hallmarks of Monocytes Differentiation into Macrophages’, bioRxiv, 29 November 2022, read it here
Saeid Moghassemi et al., ‘Photodynamic Therapy Using OR141-Loaded Nanovesicles for Eradication of Leukemic Cells from Ovarian Tissue’, Photodiagnosis and Photodynamic Therapy, 1 December 2022, read it here
Use of our LIVE Cell Death Assay to screen drug candidates
Ruth E. Barrientos et al., ‘Phenolic Fingerprinting and Bioactivity Profiling of Extracts and Isolated Compounds from Gypothamnium Pinifolium Phil.’, Antioxidants, December 2022, read it here
Use of Nanolive imaging at the smaller scale: measuring phage lysis of bacteria
Fedor M. Zurabov et al., ‘Bacteriophage Cocktails in the Post-COVID Rehabilitation’, Viruses, December 2022, read it here
And investigating morphological changes of red blood cells
Talia Bergaglio et al., ‘Label-Free Digital Holotomography Reveals Ibuprofen-Induced Morphological Changes to Red Blood Cells’, bioRxiv, 14 December 2022, read it here
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