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Peer-reviewed research using Nanolive imaging

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  • Optogenetically controlled inflammasome activation demonstrates two phases of cell swelling during pyroptosis

    Authors: Julien Nadjar, Sylvain Monnier, Estelle Bastien, Anne- Laure Huber, Christiane Oddou, Léa Bardoulet, Hubert B. Leloup, Gabriel Ichim, Christophe Vanbelle, Bénédicte F. Py, Olivier Destaing, Virginie Petrilli


    Published in: Science Signalling

    Tags: Pyroptosis, cell death, inflammation, cell swelling, membrane rupture

  • Biological autoluminescence enables effective monitoring of yeast cell electroporation

    Authors: Martin Bereta, Michal Teplan, Tomáš Zakar, Hoang Vuviet, Michal Cifra, Djamel Eddine Chafai, 2024

    Published in: Biotechnology Journal

    Tags: autoluminescence, electroporation, pulsed electric fields, yeast in biotechnology

  • Upregulation of EMR1 (ADGRE1) by Tumor-Associated Macrophages Promotes Colon Cancer Progression by Activating the JAK2/STAT1,3 Signaling Pathway in Tumor Cells

    Authors: Rokeya Akter, Rackhyun Park, Soo Kyung Lee, Eun ju Han, Kyu-Sang Park, Junsoo Park, and Mee-Yon Cho


    Published in: International Journal of Molecular Sciences

    Tags: colon cancer; EMR1/ADGRE1; macrophages; JAK2/STAT1,3 signaling; lymph node metastasis

  • Mitochondria of T Lymphocytes Promote Anti-Pulmonary Tumor Immune Response

    Authors: Minsuk Kim


    Published in: World Journal of Oncology

    Tags: Mitochondria; Tunneling nanotube; Pulmonary fibroblast tumor; Tomographic microscope; Refractive index

  • Effect of micro- and nanoplastic particles on human macrophages

    Authors: Maike Y. Adler, Insaf Issoual, Michael Rückert, Lisa Deloch, Carola Meier, Thomas Tschernig, Christoph Alexiou, Felix Pfister, Anja FRM Ramsperger , Christian Laforsch, Udo S. Gaipl, Katharina Jüngert, Friedrich Paulsen


    Published in: Journal of hazardous materials

    Tags: Microplastics, nanobeads, polystyrene, macrophages, PBMCs


  • Cardiomyocytes Permeabilization and Electrotransfection by Unipolar and Bipolar Asymmetric Electric Field Pulses

    Authors: Julita Kulbacka, Nina Rembiałkowska, Eivina Radzevičiūtė-Valčiukė, Anna Szewczyk, and Vitalij Novickij


    Published in: Bioelectricity

    Tags: Cardiomyocytes, MTT, cardiac ablation, pulsed electric field

  • Age-progressive interplay of HSP-proteostasis, ECM-cell junctions and biomechanics ensures C. elegans astroglial architecture

    Authors: Francesca Coraggio, Mahak Bhushan, Spyridon Roumeliotis,Francesca Caroti, Carlo Bevilacqua, Robert Prevedel,Georgia Rapti 


    Published in: Nature Communications

    Tags: Ageing, C. elegans, extracellular matrix, glial cells, proteostasis

  • Mesenchymal stem cells reverse thymus aging by reprogramming the DNA methylation of thymic epithelial cells

    Authors: Zailing Yang, Chuan Tian, Zhixu He, Xiangqing Zhu, Jie He, Hang Pan, Ye Li,Guangping Ruan, XiJun Wu, Xinghua Pan 


    Published in: Regenerative Therapy

    Tags: Thymus aging, MSCs, TECs, DNA methylation

  • Minimal Bacterial Cell JCVI-syn3B as a Chassis to Investigate Interactions between Bacteria and Mammalian Cells

    Authors: Daniela Matias de C. Bittencourt, David M. Brown, Nacyra Assad-Garcia, Michaela R. Romero, Lijie Sun, Luis Alberto M. Palhares de Melo, Marcelo Freire, and John I. Glass


    Published in: ACS Synthetic Biology

    Tags: Phagocytosis assay, NETosis, neutrophils, mycoplasma

  • Establishment of a cobia (Rachycentron canadum) gill cell line: A valuable tool for immune response studies

    Authors: Thi Hang Ho, Hoang Trieu Quan Tran, Chun-Hung Liu, Meng-Chou Lee, Eakapol Wangkahart, Yu-Ching Wu, Yu-Lin Lin, Po-Tsang Lee, 2024

    Published in: Fish & Shellfish Immunology

    Tags: Cobia, Rachycentron canadum, gill cell line, in vitro platform, disease management, sustainable farming, fish physiology