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Peer-reviewed research using Nanolive imaging

Discover a list of peer-reviewed scientific publications using Nanolive imaging in the fields of drug discovery, cell metabolism, etc.

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  • Preparation and evaluation of a temperature-responsive methylcellulose/polyvinyl alcohol hydrogel for stem cell encapsulation

    Authors: Ziwei Huang , Xiong Xiao , Xia Jiang , Shaojie Yang, Chuan Niu, Yuchu Yang, Liping Yang, Chenxi Li, Li Feng, 2023

    Published in: Polymer Testing

    Tags: Stem cells, Methylcellulose, Polyvinyl alcohol, Hydrogel, Temperature-responsive, Cell encapsulation

  • Efficient and safe single-cell cloning of human pluripotent stem cells using the CEPT cocktail

    Authors: Carlos A. Tristan, Hyenjong Hong, Yogita Jethmalani, Yu Chen, Claire Weber, Pei-Hsuan Chu, Seungmi Ryu, Vukasin M. Jovanovic, Inae Hur, Ty C. Voss, Anton Simeonov & Ilyas Singeç, 2022

    Published in: Nature Protocols

    Tags: genetic engineering; stem-cell research

  • St. Thomas Modified Cardioplegia Effects on Myoblasts’ Viability and Morphology

    Authors: Rafał Nowicki; Katarzyna Biezuska-Kusiak; Julita Kulbacka; Anna Choromanska; Małgorzata Daczewska; Stanisław Potoczek; Maciej Rachwalik; Jolanta Saczko, 2022

    Published in: Medicina

    Tags: rat heart myocardium cells; proliferating antigens; thiol groups; cold crystalloid cardioplegia

  • Non-thermal atmospheric pressure plasma-conditioned root dentin promotes attraction and attachment of primary human dental pulp stem cells in real-time ex vivo

    Authors: Yeon-Jee Yoo; Min-Ji Kang; Hiran Perinpanayagam; Joo-Cheol Park; Seung-Ho Baek; Kee-Yeon Kum, 2021

    Published in: Applied Sciences

    Tags: dentin; human dental pulp stem cells; live-cell imaging; MTT assay; non-thermal atmospheric pressure plasma; scanning electron microscopy

  • Butyrate modulates adipose-derived stem cells isolated from polygenic obese and diabetic mice to drive enhanced immunosuppression

    Authors: Wan-Tseng Hsu; Wei-Jan Huang; Bor-Luen Chiang; Ping-Huei Tseng, 2021

    Published in: ISCT Cytotherapy

    Tags: adipose-derived stem cells; amphiregulin; butyrate; immunomodulation; inducible nitric oxide synthase; metaflammation

  • The first versatile human iPSC‑based model of ectopic virus induction allows new insights in RNA‑virus disease

    Authors: Stefan Peischard, Huyen Tran Ho, Ilaria Piccini, Nathalie Strutz‑Seebohm, Albrecht Röpke, Ivan Liashkovich, Hiteshika Gosain, Bettina Rieger, Karin Klingel, Britta Eggers, Katrin Marcus, Wolfgang A. Linke, Frank Ulrich Müller, Stephan Ludwig, Boris Greber, Karin Busch, and Guiscard Seebohm, 2020

    Published in: Scientific Reports

    Tags: iPS-cell line; viral model system; RNA-virus expression; cardiomyocytes

  • Feature Application: Characterization of stem cells

    This Feature Application shows the enormous potential of Nanolive technology for observing stem cells in 3D for long periods of time, at unprecedented spatial and temporal resolution (case study 1). We use our technology to capture all the phases of mitosis (case study 2) and the dynamics of stress fiber formation (case study 3), in unparalleled detail. We then showcase our most ground-breaking contribution to this research field, monitoring the sub-cellular morphological changes that occur during stem cell differentiation. We focus on neural differentiation at the single cell (case study 4) and population level (case study 5), before examining the temporal evolution of osteogenic (case study 6) and chrondrogenic differentiation (case study 7) in high resolution.

  • Specialized cytonemes induce self-organization of stem cells

    Authors: Sergi Junyent, Clare L. Garcin, James L. A. Szczerkowski, Tung-Jui Trieu, Joshua Reeves, Shukry J. Habib

    DOI:, 2020

    Published: National Academy of Sciences

    Tags: Stem cells, development, cell signaling, tissue formation, cell–cell communication, embryogenesis, Wnt

  • Molecular heterogeneity in breast carcinoma cells with increased invasive capacities

    Authors: Giulia Negro, Bertram Aschenbrenner, Simona Kranjc Brezar, Maja Cemazar, Andrej Coer, Gorana Gasljevic, Dragana Savic, Maxim Sorokin, Anton Buzdin, Maurizio Callari, Irma Kvitsaridze, Anahid Jewett, Mariela Vasileva-Slaveva, Ute Ganswindt, Prof. Ira Skvortsova, Sergej Skvortsov

    DOI:, 2020

    Published in: The Journal of Association of Radiology and Oncology

    Tags: Stem cells, Immunooncology & oncology, single cell characterization, breast cancer, metastasis, carcinoma, invasiveness, fibroblast-like, migration, stem cell, tumor growth, hormone receptor-positive, Her2-positive, triple-negative, hormone-positive, cancer stem cells, molecular profiling

  • A Gain-Of-Function RAC2 Mutation Is Associated With Bone-Marrow Hypoplasia And An Autosomal Dominant Form Of Severe Combined Immunodeficiency

    Authors: Chantal Lagresle-Peyrou, Aurélien Olichon, Hanem Sadek, Philippe Roche, Claudine Tardy, Cindy Da Silva, Alexandrine Garrigue, Alain Fischer, Despina Moshous, Yves Collette, Capucine Picard, Jean Laurent Casanova, Isabelle André, Marina Cavazzana

    DOI:, 2020

    Published in: Haematologica

    Tags: Immunology, severe combined immunodeficiencies, SCIDs, T cells, B cells, leukopenia, RAC2 gene, p.G12R, hematopoietic stem cell transplantation, stem cell, gain of function