4 new scientific publications using Nanolive cell imaging

We are delighted to announce FOUR exciting new articles featuring Nanolive live cell imaging.  The articles come from users based in Poland, Switzerland, and Australia.

 

  • Apoptosis as the main type of cell death induced by calcium electroporation in rhabdomyosarcoma cells by Szewczyk et al., was published in the journal Bioelectrochemistry. You can read it here.
  • Large-Scale production of human iPSC-derived macrophages for drug screening, by Gutbier et al. was published in the journal International Journal of Molecular Sciences. You can read it here.
  • Rapid detection of microbiota cell type diversity using machine-learned classification of flow cytometry data, by Özel Duygan et al., was published in the journal Communications Biology. You can read it here.
  • Protein corona determines the cytotoxicity of nanodiamonds implications of corona formation and its remodelling on nanodiamond applications in biomedical imaging and drug delivery, by Khanal et al., was published in the journal Nanoscale Advances. You can read it here.

Congratulations to all the authors involved and keep up the good work!

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