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Papillomavirus infection in HeLa cells

Papillomavirus infection in HeLa cells

Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common viral sexually transmitted disease [1]. Most sexually active individuals will become infected at some point in their lives. Of those infections, about 90% are asymptomatic and resolve spontaneously [1]. Additionally, some...

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3 new scientific publications using Nanolive imaging

3 new scientific publications using Nanolive imaging

We are delighted to announce that three new scientific articles have been published using Nanolive’s 3D Cell Explorer. The articles come from users based in Prague (Czech Republic), Bern (Switzerland) and Vienna (Austria), respectively. Proinflammatory Effect of...

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Is it possible to restore phagocytosis of cancer cells?

Is it possible to restore phagocytosis of cancer cells?

CD47 is a potent Don’t eat me signal that enables cancer cells to evade immune surveillance and killing by innate immune cells, such as macrophages. By using bispecific antibodies with a high affinity targeting arm (against a tumor-associated antigen, or TAA) and an...

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Pneumonia bacteria phagocyted by neutrophils

Pneumonia bacteria phagocyted by neutrophils

In this unique label-free footage obtained from a demo at the Infection and Immunity lab of the UMC in Utrecht, a culture of neutrophils can be seen phagocyting pneumonia bacteria. An image was obtained every 1.9s for 4 minutes and 45 seconds. We can clearly...

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Nanolive’s Grand Opening Day

Nanolive’s Grand Opening Day

One week ago with had the great pleasure to officially open the new headquarters of Nanolive and it was a huge success. More than 100 guests came to celebrate this big day and enjoyed tours in the office and demonstrations of the Nanolive imaging microscopes. Please...

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