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.

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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.

Latest News

Nanolive imaging seminar in Padua, Italy

This Friday 13th September 2019 the University of Padua hosts Nanolive and our Italian distributor Media System Lab for a seminar dedicated to label-free live-cell imaging for cell metabolism and intracellular infections. Looking forward to meeting you there! When? Friday 13th September 2019 Where? Polo multifunzionale A. Vallisneri AULA RG Schedule: 09:30 - 09:45: Nanolive imaging introduction 09:45 - 10:00: Instrument tech description 10:00 - 10:15: Applications in cell metabolism 10:15 -...
Almudena

“This week was fantastic” – The Scientist of Tomorrow 2019 visits Nanolive!

Almudena spent a great one-week training at Nanolive’s headquarters in Lausanne last week. She was able to conduct great experiments and learn how to work with the 3D Cell Explorer. “It’s interesting to see them moving because you usually just see pictures – so that was my favorite part by far!” says Almudena during the interview. During Almudena’s one-week training she visualized samples of human mesenchymal stem cells cultured with low-serum cell growth medium after an introduction to the...
Complex and highly compartmentalized nucleus (dotted circle) in Primary Human Keratinocytes.

Lamellar Bodies and Keratohyalin Granules in Normal Human Epidermal Keratinocytes

Keratinocytes and Epidermis The outer layer of the skin, the epidermis, is composed mainly by keratinocytes, which represent around 90% of the cells in that layer[1], [2]. They play a role in immune responses, by acting as barrier and preventing the entrance of bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites[1]. Their defensive function also involves protection against water loss, heat and UV radiation[3].The epidermis is subdivided in stratum basale, stratum spinosum, stratum granulosum, stratum...

Events

SEPTEMBER 9 – 12

BASEL LIFE MipTec Exhibition – Basel – Switzerland

NOVEMBER 4 – 6

10th Edition Imaging the Cell – Lyon – France

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