Take your cell research to the next dimension

 

Exceeding any live cell imaging capabilities of any other microscope.
Revolutionizing live cell imaging of sensitive cells.

Take your cell research to the next dimension

 

Exceeding any live cell imaging capabilities of any other microscope.
Revolutionizing live cell imaging of sensitive cells.

The 3D Cell Explorer

 A Swiss high precision Holotomographic Microscope to look instantly inside living cells in 3D

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At Nanolive, we focus on innovative product development at the highest standards to deliver a high precision and quality research device for our international customers.

Nanolive has been awarded with the Top 10 Innovations 2019 from The Scientist. Learn more.

Application Highlights

Stem cells and primary cells

With Nanolive’s live cell microscopes it is possible to perform endless live cell imaging at very high spatio-temporal resolution even on the most sensitive cells without damaging them.

Cell metabolism

Thanks to the Nanolive imaging capabilities, highlights of lipid droplets and mitochondria fine dynamics that were previously out of reach are clearly visible now.

Immuno-oncology

Nanolive’s 3D Cell Explorer opens the door for new observations and for long-term live cell imaging of the dynamic interactions between immune cells and cancer cells, at high resolution.

Latest News

fibroblasts with G12R mutation

New Publication from the Laboratory of Human Lymphohematopoiesis in Paris, France

A gain-of-function RAC2 mutation is associated with bone marrow hypoplasia and an autosomal dominant form of severe combined immunodeficiency Nanolive is happy to introduce a new publication in the Haematologica Journal of The Ferrata Storti Foundation, featuring Nanolive’s 3D Cell Explorer produced by users in the Laboratory of Human Lymphohematopoiesis in Paris, France. Severe combined immunodeficiencies (SCIDs) are a group of life-threatening genetic disorders that typically present in the...
induced cell death involves lysosomes

New Publication from the Cancer Research Centre in Lyon, France

Caspase-8 deficiency induces a switch from TLR3-induced apoptosis to lysosomal cell death in neuroblastoma cell lines Nanolive is happy to announce a new publication from users of the 3D Cell Explorer-Fluo based at the Cancer Research Centre in Lyon, France. Evasion of apoptosis, one of the hallmarks of cancer, leads to anti-cancer therapy resistance. In order to overcome this resistance alternative forms of programmed cell death such as autophagic/lysosomal cell death and necrosis can be...
rames from a time-lapse holotomographic recording showing a rapidly moving cell projection with possible transfer of an organelle in a co-culture of SAOS-2 with Fib

New Publication from the University of Sydney, Australia

We are happy to introduce a new publication featuring Nanolive’s 3D Cell Explorer produced by users at the University of Sydney, Australia. Understanding the mechanisms that underlie cell-cell interactions holds the key to understanding how material is transferred and how cells communicate. This subject is important in a wide variety of cell biology fields, including cancer research. To date, most studies have focused on the role of tunnelling nanotubes, shed membrane vesicles and other...

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