Oncology & Immuno oncology

Long term non-invasive live cell imaging of the interactions between immune and cancer cells with Nanolive

The one and only high resolution long-term live cell imaging tool for investigating immune synapsis assembly and organization, non-invasively. Nanolive’s microscopes enable researchers to monitor the spatial and temporal dynamics of T cell activation and their interactions with cancer cells.

Inside the Immune System: T cells Killing Colon Cancer Cells

This video shows T cells attacking and killing cancer cells. The cancer cell line used here, is MC38-OVA, a transduced colon cancer cell line that expresses the ovalbumin (OVA) model antigen.

These cells were imaged with the 3D Cell Explorer. Read the blogpost here.

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T cell Attack & Cancer Evasion

This video was kindly provided by Joao Martins, Research Technician at the Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown, Portugal. Joao shared the original video imaged with the 3D Cell Explorer on LinkedIn and had a wide impact on scientists and researchers with hundreds of thousand views.

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T cell Attack & Cancer Evasion

This video was kindly provided by Joao Martins, Research Technician at the Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown, Portugal. Joao shared the original video imaged with the 3D Cell Explorer on LinkedIn and had a wide impact on scientists and researchers with hundreds of thousand views.

Linkedin original post >   Request a quote or demo >

Feature Application

Feature application: Immuno Oncology

One of the most promising avenues of research in immune oncology is long-term, live imaging. Capturing dynamic biological processes in real time holds the key to understanding which cell-cell interactions promote a successful immune response, and which promote disease.

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Webinar

Watch our Webinar: Label-free live cell imaging meets Immuno oncology

 

Dr. Mathieu Frechin, Head of Quantitative Biology at Nanolive will introduce you to our holotomographic microscopy and its implications in the field of Immuno Oncology. During the webinar he will discuss the opportunities that are created by the usage of Nanolive’s label-free technology in the field of immune system research. In particular, the following topics will be covered:

  • Immuno oncology in the spotlight – strategic importance of studying the immune system.
  • Current state of the art of live cell imaging in the field of immunology – what Nanolive’s technology can bring to the field.
  • New live cell research possibilities to understand the cell-cell interactions of the immune system (examples).

 

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Video library

Activated T-Cell Killing Cancer Cell.
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Lung Cancer Apoptosis of A549 cells treated with BA6.
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T-cells killing cancer cells

Antibody Drug Conjugate (ADCs) killing mouse breast cancer cells.
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Human peripheral blood mononuclear cells hunt melanoma cells in co-culture

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