Publications Citing Cellvis (formerly In Vitro Scientific) Products

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Publications citing Cellvis "8 Chambered cover glass"

1 - 11 of 11 publications before 2019

  1. The effects of IKK-beta inhibition on early NF-kappa-B activation and transcription of downstream genes
    MJ Bloom, et al., Cellular Signalling Volume 55, March 2019, Pages 17-25
    Quote: "One day before the stimulation experiments, cells were seeded in 8-well chambered cover glass (Cellvis, Mountain View, CA) in 200 μl of culture medium at an estimated 35,000 cells/well."

  2. The AP-1 complex regulates AXL expression and determines sensitivity to PI3Kα inhibition in esophagus and head and neck squamous cell carcinoma
    Mai Bdarny, et al., bioRxiv, October 08, 2018
    Quote: "For IF, cells were seeded on 8-well glass slides (Cellvis, Cat no. C8-1.5H-N) for 48 hours"

  3. Visualization of Calcium Ion Loss from Rotavirus during Cell Entry
    Eric N. Salgado, et al., Journal of Virology, 2018
    Quote: "For live-cell imaging, BSC-1 cells were grown on 8-chambered number 1.5 cover glass slides (Cellvis) in a volume of 400 μl supplemented DMEM and allowed to grow overnight to 50% confluence."

  4. EWI-2 Inhibits Cell-Cell Fusion at the Virological Synapse
    EE Whitaker, et al., BioRxiv, April 06, 2018
    Quote: "Three days post infection, 3 × 10 5 infected cells were plated onto each well of 8-well glass-bottom plates (CellVis, Mountain View, CA, Cat. #C8-1.5HN) coated with 1:10 poly-L-Lysine in ddH2O"

  5. Quantitative Super-Resolution Imaging of Small RNAs in Bacterial Cells
    S Park, et al., Bacterial Regulatory RNA pp 199-212
    Quote: "The imaging buffer: 10 mM NaCl, 50 mM Tris and 10% glucose in 1× PBS (for immunostained samples) or 4× SSC (for FISH samples) , with pH adjusted to 8. 5. 8-Well chambered cover glass (Nunc Lab-Tek 155409 or Cellvis C8-1.5HN)"

  6. Analysis of microtubule dynamics heterogeneity in cell culture
    Anara Serikbaeva, et al., Methods in Molecular Biology, Cellular Heterogeneity pp 181-204
    Quote: "For life imaging of transfected cells, we used eight-chambered cover glass system #1.5 high-performance cover glass (0.17 ± 0.005 mm) (In Vitro Scientific—"

  7. Size-dependent segregation controls macrophage phagocytosis of antibody-opsonized targets
    Matthew H Bakalar, et al., BioRxiv, January 19, 2018
    Quote: "For imaging interfaces between cells and supported lipid bilayer coated beads, cells were seeded into 8-well imaging chambers with a cover-glass bottom (Cellvis) and beads were added to the wells once the cells had fully adhered to the cover-glass"

  8. A Förster Resonance Energy Transfer Ratiometric Probe Based on Quantum Dot-Cresyl Violet for Imaging Hydrogen Sulfide in Living Cells
    BAI Min, et al., Chinese Journal of Analytical Chemistry Volume 46, Issue 1, January 2018, Pages 39-47
    Quote: "Cell imaging analysis of H2S in living cells using QDS-N3 ratiometric probe HeLa and MCF-7 cells were seeded in a 8-well Chambered Cover Glass (Cellvis, USA) at 40000 cells per well at 37 ºC for overnight."

  9. Fabricating MnO2 Nanozymes as Intracellular Catalytic DNA Circuit Generators for Versatile Imaging of Base‐Excision Repair in Living Cells
    F Chen, et al., Advanced Function Materials, 2017
    Quote: "HeLa cells and MCF-7 cells were seeded in 8-well Chambered Cover Glass (Cellvis, USA) at 60 000 cells per well at 37 °C for overnight"

  10. IKKα regulates human keratinocyte migration through surveillance of the redox environment
    Thomas S. Lissa, et al., Journal of Cell Science
    Quote: "For RNA and scratch analyses, cells were cultured in 12-well plates (Corning, 3513) and 8-chamber glass-bottom dishes (In Vitro Scientific, C8-1.5H-N), respectively."

  11. Effect of labeling density and time post labeling on quality of antibody-based super resolution microscopy images
    Amy M. Bittel, et al., Proc. SPIE 9331
    Quote: "Immunofluorescence Labeling of Microtubules SKBR3 cells were grown in 8-well chambered coverglass slides (In Vitro Scientific) to ~75% confluency"