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Swiss high-precision microscopes that look instantly inside label-free living cells in 3D

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Nanolive earn rave reviews at the Spanish & Portuguese Advanced Optical Microscopy (SPAOM) meeting

In November 2020 Nanolive attended the Spanish & Portuguese Advanced Optical Microscopy (SPAOM) meeting, held remotely from Valencia in Spain. The objective of this annual congress is to keep new researchers in the Iberian Peninsula at the forefront of optical microscopy and image analysis. There is a strong focus on hands-on workshops and demonstrations at the event, which Nanolive were delighted to be a part of. Seven researchers from across the peninsula agreed to share the data...
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Nanolive imaging reveals the behaviour and morphology of human ovarian stromal cells in exquisite detail

What is the function and structure of the ovaries? The ovaries are a vital component of the female reproductive system, playing key roles in hormone production, egg storage, and ovulation. The cells that help perform organ-specific functions such as these, belong to a tissue layer called the parenchyma. However, these are not the only cell types present in the ovary; a vast array of cell types perform tasks unrelated to the ovaries’ primary function (1). These cells belong to a connective...
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11 Scientific publications featuring Nanolive live cell imaging

April and May have been busy months for our clients with 11 new scientific publications since our last update featuring Nanolive live cell imaging. Most articles were either immuno-oncology & oncology or microbiology & biofilm-related, but there was a sprinkle of nanomaterials included in the mix too. The author list covered by these articles was impressive, featuring researchers from Australia, USA, China, France, Mexico, Brazil, Taiwan, Russia, UK, Italy, South Korea, and Poland –...

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