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May the force be with you… or the 3D Cell Explorer!

We've said it before: stem cell research is among, if not THE biggest challenge in today’s biological research. You cannot rely only on THE force... but maybe on the 3D Cell Explorer from Nanolive! #maythe4th #maytheforcebewithyou "Help me Nanolive. You are my...

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World Malaria Day 2018: help beat it with Nanolive

Malaria is a life-threatening blood disease caused by protozoan parasites of the genus Plasmodium. They are transmitted to humans via infected Anopheles mosquitoes. Those parasites multiply in the host's liver before infecting and destroying red blood cells...

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Undergraduate contest: Scientists of Tomorrow

On the top-left image you can find a 2D slice from the RI map of a mouse fibroblast. The small images show its internal compartments (a. nucleus + nuclear membrane, b. lipid droplets, c. lysosomes, d. plasma membrane, e. nucleoli, f. mitochondria). The...

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3D Live Cell Imaging Symposium at LS2 Lausanne

Top: 2D slice from the RI map of a mouse fibroblast and 3D reconstruction of the whole stack. Bottom: zoom into the internal compartments: a. nucleus + nuclear membrane, b. lipid droplets, c. lysosomes, d. plasma membrane, e. nucleoli, f. mitochondria. ...

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Quantitative Analysis of 3D Refractive Index Maps

Nanolive’s 3D Cell Explorer allows for the creation of high-content 3D images of living cells with very high spatio-temporal resolution (x, y:180nm; z:400nm; t:1.7sec). Being able to extract quantitative data describing the objects (population of cells, cells,...

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