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Revolutionary label-free 3D live cell imaging technology changes the future of stem cell research. Watch the videos!

Non-invasive live cell imaging overcomes phototoxicity problem while imaging cellular metabolism processes. Watch the videos!

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.

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.

Latest News

Mitosis in Mesenchymal Stem Cells

Mesenchymal Stem Cells Mesenchymal stem cells are multipotent cells that can be obtained from umbilical cord tissue, adipose tissue1, dental pulp or amniotic liquid. The principal source of mesenchymal stem cells is the human bone marrow, which constitutes 4% of the total body mass of an individual2. They are able to differentiate to a variety of mesenchymal tissues lineages such as cartilage, fat, bone, muscle, tendon, and stromal tissue2. This capacity to nourish tissue regeneration have...
Cell Dynamic meeting Lisbon

Nanolive at Cell Dynamics: Organelle-Cytoskeleton Interface – Lisbon, Portugal

Nanolive will be at Cell Dynamics: Organelle-Cytoskeleton Interface from 19 - 22 May 2019! We hope to see you there and discuss about new possibilities for label-free live cell imaging in 3D! Meet us at Pestana Palace Hotel, Lisbon, Portugal!

New Publication from The University of Sydney & University of New South Wales

Impact of food additive Titanium Dioxide E171 on human health The University of Sydney & University of New South Wales have recently published their work on the "Impact of the Food Additive Titanium Dioxide (E171) on Gut Microbiota-Host Interaction". They have investigated the impact that Titanium Dioxide (E171) - mostly found in processed foods such as mayonnaise or candies - has on gut microbiota of mice. The study shows that the food additive E171 can induce gut microbiome changes...

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