18 Scientific publications featuring Nanolive live cell imaging

2021 has been a productive publishing year for owners of Nanolive microscopes, with another 18 since our last update in June (see here). The broad range of topics covered this time highlights the versatility of our technology and the creativity of our clients – from cancer to COVID, with cattle pathogens in between – this selection has something for everyone! 

18 new scientific publications featuring Nanolive imaging – list of authors

  • Variations of intracellular density during the cell cycle arise from tip-growth regulation in fission yeast, by Odermatt et al., was published in eLife. You can read it here.
  • P2RY12-inhibitors reduce cancer-associated thrombosis and tumor growth in pancreatic cancers, by Palacios-Acedo et al., was published in Frontiers in Oncology. You can read it here.
  • 3D holotomographic monitoring of Ca++ dynamics during ionophore-induced Neospora caninum tachyzoite egress from primary bovine host endothelial cells, by Larrazabal et al., was published in Parasitology Research. You can read it here.
  • Thiosemicarbazone copper chelator BLT-1 blocks apicomplexan parasite replication by selective inhibition of scavenger receptor B type 1 (SR-BI), by Larrazabal et al., was published in Microorganisms. You can read it here.
  • Morphometric analysis of aerobic Eimeria bovis sporogony using live cell 3D holotomographic microscopy imaging, by Lopez-Osorio was published in Protozoology. You can read it here.
  • Mitochondrial dynamics in SARS‑COV2 spike protein treated human microglia: implications for neuro‑COVID, by Clough et al. was published in the Journal of Neuroimmune Pharmacology. You can read it here.
  • AlPc/ZnPc-based oncological photodynamic therapy for a selective eradication of leukemic cells from ovarian tissue, by Moghassemi et al., was published in Photodiagnosis and Photodynamic Therapy. You can read it here.
  • Label-free quantitative phase imaging reveals spatial heterogeneity of extracellular vesicles in select colon disorders, by Zadka et al., was published in The American Journal of Pathology. You can read it here.
  • Controlled release of hydrogen by implantation of magnesium induces P53-mediated tumor cells apoptosis, by Zan et al. was published in Bioactive Materials. You can read it here.
  • Intracellular detection and localization of nanoparticles by refractive index measurement, by Géloën et al., was published in Sensors. You can read it here.
  • Non-thermal atmospheric pressure plasma-conditioned root dentin promotes attraction and attachment of primary human dental pulp stem cells in real-time ex vivo, by Yoo et al., was published in Applied Sciences. You can read it here.
  • Eimeria bovis macromeront formation induces glycolytic responses and mitochondrial changes in primary host endothelial cells, by Velásquez et al. was published in Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology. You can read it here.
  • Ezetimibe blocks Toxoplasma gondii-, Neospora caninum– and Besnoitia besnoiti-tachyzoite infectivity and replication in primary bovine endothelial host cells, by Larrazabal et al., was published in Parasitology. You can read it here.
  • Significant difference in response of malignant tumor cells of individual patients to photodynamic treatment as revealed by digital holographic microscopy, by Zhikhoreva et al., was published in the Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology. You can read it here.
  • Mitochondrial transplantation in cardiomyocytes: foundation, methods, and outcomes, by Pour et al., was published in the American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology. You can read it here.
  • Environmental free-living amoebae can predate on diverse antibiotic-resistant human pathogens, by Bornier et al., was published in Applied and Environmental Microbiology. You can read it here.
  • Berberine photo‐activation potentiates cytotoxicity in human astrocytoma cells through apoptosis induction, by Carriero et al., was published in the Journal of Personalized Medicine. You can read it here.
  • Carbon-based nanomaterials increase reactivity of primary monocytes towards various bacteria and modulate their differentiation into macrophages, by Svadlakova et al., was published in Nanomaterials. You can read it here.

Congratulations to all the authors involved and lets have more of the same in 2022 please!

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