We are delighted to announce that three new scientific articles have been published using Nanolive’s 3D Cell Explorer. The articles come from users based in Prague (Czech Republic), Bern (Switzerland) and Vienna (Austria), respectively.
- Proinflammatory Effect of Carbon-Based Nanomaterials: In Vitro Study on Stimulation of Inflammasome NLRP3 via Destabilisation of Lysosomes, by Tereza Švadláková, et al., was published in the journal Nanomaterials. You can read it here.
- Vaccination Against Amyloidogenic Aggregates in Pancreatic Islets Prevents Development of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus, by Elisa S. Roesti, et al., was published in the journal Vaccines. You can read it here.
- Mechanical Properties of cellulose fibers measured by Brillouin spectroscopy, by Kareem Elsayad, et al., was published in the journal Cellulose. You can read it here.
Congratulations to all the authors involved!
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