The first 3D Cell Explorer for cancer research makes it to the University Medical Center in Erlangen, Germany

A donation has made it possible for the “Universitätsklinikum Erlangen” in Germany to acquire a 3D Cell Explorer.

Did the therapy work? What changes did active components administer on a cellular level? In order to answer these questions, researchers of the Experimental Oncology and Nanomedicine Department of the Otolaryngology Hospital & Head- and Throat Surgery will work with label-free live cell imaging from Nanolive.

Read the full article in German here: http://www.hno-klinik.uk-erlangen.de/aktuelles/nachrichten/detail/zellen-live-beobachten/.

3D Cell Explorer in Erlangen

(from left): Dr. Ralf Friedrich, Dr. Marina Pöttler, Bianca Weigel (alle SEON), Marlies Mürnseer (Nanolive SA) and Prof. Dr. Christoph Alexiou (Director/SEON). Photo: Melanie Schmitz/Uni-Klinikum Erlangen

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