We are happy to present you our newest application note.
In this application note we will discuss the new research possibilities offered by Nanolive’s newest microscope, the CX-A, for the study of drug-induced perturbations. In detail, you can:
- Learn how Nanolive’s CX-A allows for the acquisition of very powerful 3D images and 4D time-lapses of living cells in a multi-well plate format.
- Learn how to perform multiple label-free drug perturbation assays, live and over long periods of time.
Following video demonstrates a time-lapse of a comparative study of multiple drug perturbations performed in a multi-well setup featuring pre-adipocytes perturbed by various drugs. We applied the following treatments on pre-adipocyte cells: Tamoxifen, Raptinal and Shikonin at various concentrations, with or without mitoTracker and observed the effects of such drugs over
26 hours compared to the relevant control conditions.
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