LIVE Cell Death Assay

The first push button and automated solution

for profiling cell health, death, apoptosis and necrosis, label-free


Label-free and automated digital solutions

LIVE Cell Death Assay

LIVE T Cell Assay

Smart Lipid Droplet Assay

Nanolive imaging and analysis platforms

Swiss high-precision imaging and analysis platforms that look instantly inside label-free living cells in 3D

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Automated live cell imaging and analysis: a unique walk-away solution for long-term live cell imaging and analysis of single cells and cell populations

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Multimodal Complete Solution: combine high quality non-invasive 4D live cell imaging with fluorescence

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3D Cell Explorer front view


Budget-friendly, easy-to-use, compact solution for high quality non-invasive 4D live cell imaging

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Join Nanolive at the ASCB|EMBO meeting 2022, Washington D.C.!

Nanolive will be present at the ASCB|EMBO meeting this year in Washington D.C., from the 3rd to the 7th of December, where we’ll be showcasing our vast range of label-free high content phenotypic solutions, that combine screening, imaging, and analysis to radically advance the study of living cells and provide novel biological insights. If you are attending the meeting, don't miss the opportunity to visit our team at booth #2225, to book your demo or to get more information on the latest tools...
Cell morphology of dissociated hPSCs

Nanolive featured in a Nature Protocols paper as part of a new methodology for efficient and safe single-cell cloning

We congratulate Carlos Tristan, Ilyas Singeç, and the Stem Cell Translation Laboratory team at the National Institutes of Health, USA, on their newly published protocol for single cell cloning; ‘Efficient and safe single-cell cloning of human pluripotent stem cells using the CEPT cocktail’. Nanolive imaging was used to follow the health of individual stem cells and confirmed that the authors’ methods effectively minimised cellular stress and damage. Visual Signs of Cellular Stress This paper...

Investigating the morphology and branching properties of serotonergic axons

Dr. Skirmantas Janusonis’s lab, located in the Psychological & Brain Sciences Department of the University of California, Santa Barbara, focuses on the deep structure and dynamics of the brain serotonin matrix.  Graduate student, Melissa Hingorani, used Nanolive imaging during her thesis to interrogate the dynamic behaviour of single serotonergic axons in primary midbrain cultures (Videos 1-3). Her results, which were recently published in the scientific journal Frontiers in Neuroscience,...

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