3 new scientific publications using Nanolive label-free live cell imaging

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! We are delighted to announce 3 exciting new articles have been published featuring Nanolive cell imaging. These articles come from users based in South Korea, China and Poland. Happy holidays!

  • Elevated CLOCK and BMAL1 contribute to the impairment of aerobic glycolysis from astrocytes in Alzheimer’s disease, by Yoo et al., was published in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences. You can read it here.
  • Tumor vessel targeted self-assemble nanoparticles for amplification and prediction of the embolization effect in hepatocellular carcinoma, by Wang et al. was published in ACS Nano. You can read it here.
  • Effects of curcumin based PDT on the viability and the organization of actin in melanotic (A375) and amelanotic melanoma (C32)– in vitro studies, by Szlasa et al., was published in the journal Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy. You can read it here.

Congratulations to the authors above and to all our clients who have published using Nanolive technology in 2020.

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Quantifying lipid droplet dynamics in unperturbed cells, label-free

Quantifying lipid droplet dynamics in unperturbed cells, label-free

Table of content Introduction: characterization of single cells Background: lipid droplet dynamics 1. Quantifying LD dynamics at the population level 2. Quantifying LD dynamics at the single cell level 3. Quantifying LD dynamics at the individual LD level Conclusions...

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