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Is surface roughness the key to improving bone scaffolds?

Is surface roughness the key to improving bone scaffolds?

We are delighted to announce a new publication featuring the 3D Cell Explorer, has been published in the scientific journal, Materials & Design. The study, led by Prof. Urszula Stachewicz at the AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków, Poland, used...

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4 new scientific publications using Nanolive cell imaging

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...

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Perturbation of living cells with kinase inhibitors

Perturbation of living cells with kinase inhibitors

Background In this case study, we expose cells to inhibitors or modulators of kinase activity and observe how the cells respond. Hyperactivity, malfunction or overexpression of kinases is the root cause of many human cancers, and so the development of kinase...

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6 new scientific publications using Nanolive cell imaging

6 new scientific publications using Nanolive cell imaging

We are delighted to announce SIX exciting new articles featuring Nanolive’s 3D Cell Explorer.  The articles come from users based in Taiwan, Poland, Spain, and Belgium, respectively. TP3, an antimicrobial peptide, inhibits infiltration and motility of glioblastoma...

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