Publications Citing Cellvis (formerly In Vitro Scientific) Products

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501 - 550 of 577 publications before 2019

  1. Tumor-stromal cross-talk: Direct cell-to-cell transfer of oncogenic microRNAs via tunneling nanotubes
    V Thayanithy, et al., The Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Research, May 2014
    Quote: "miR-19a transfected K7M2 cells (4 x10 5 cells) were plated on to the 4 chambered 35mm petri dishes with glass bottom (InvitroSci, Sunnyvale, CA; Catl no: D35C4-20-1-N) and allowed to adhere at standard cell culture conditions for 16 hrs and imaged by live cell microscopy"

  2. All-optical electrophysiology in mammalian neurons using engineered microbial rhodopsins
    Daniel R Hochbaum, et al., Nature Methods, May 2014
    Quote: "cells were replated onto glass-bottom dishes (In Vitro Scientific) at a density of ~10,000 cells/cm2."

  3. “Pointsource” Delivery of a Photosensitizer Drug and Singlet Oxygen: Eradication of Glioma Cells In Vitro
    Ashwini A. Ghogare et al, Photochemistry and Photobiology, April 2014
    Quote: "Cell culture glass bottom dishes (29 mm glass well size and 14 mm microwell) and #1 cover glass (0.13–0.16 mm) were purchased from In Vitro Scientific (Sunnyvale, CA)"

  4. Sorafenib resistance and JNK signaling in carcinoma during extracellular matrix stiffening
    Thuy V. Nguyen et al., Biomaterials, Volume 35, Issue 22, July 2014, Pages 5749–5759
    Quote: "Glass-bottom 96-well plates (no. 1.5 coverslip glass; In Vitro Scientific, Sunnyvale, CA) were plasma treated (Harrick Plasma, Ithaca, NY) and subsequently methacrylate-silanized with 2 vol% 3-(trimethoxysilyl) propyl methacrylate"

  5. Early and Late HIV-1 Membrane Fusion Events are Impaired by Sphinganine Lipidated Peptides that Target the Fusion Site
    Yoel Alexander Klug et al., Biochem. J. (2014) Immediate Publication, doi:10.1042/BJ20140189
    Quote: "TZM cells were plated on 35 mm glass bottom 4 chamber dishes (In Vitro Scientific, Sunnyvale CA)."

  6. High-fidelity optical reporting of neuronal electrical activity with an ultrafast fluorescent voltage sensor
    François St-Pierre, et al., Nature Neuroscience 17, 884–889 (2014)
    Quote: "HEK293A cells (Life Tech) were maintained in high-glucose Dulbecco’s Modified Eagle Medium (DMEM, HyClone) supplemented with 5% fetal bovine serum (FBS, vol/vol, Life Tech) and 2 mM glutamine (Sigma) at 37 °C in air with 5% CO2. Cells were plated onto glass-bottom 24-well plates (In vitro Scientific) for standard imaging"

  7. Label-free cell-based assay with spectral-domain optical coherence phase microscopy
    Suho Ryu et al., Journal of Biomedical Optics, vol19, issue 4, 2014
    Quote: "The 100 μl of the sample was loaded on glass bottom multiwell plates (In Vitro Scientific, Sunnyvale, California, P384-1.5HN) and incubated for 24 h prior to experiment."

  8. A novel probe for phosphatidylinositol 4-phosphate reveals multiple pools beyond the Golgi
    Gerald R.V. Hammond, et al., The Journal of Cell Biology, April 2014, Vol. 205 no. 1 113-126
    Quote: "Cells were seeded in 29-mm dishes with 20-mm #1 cover glass bottoms (In Vitro Scientific) at appropriate densities so that cells reached 50–100% confluence on the day of imaging"

  9. Time-Dependent Extracellular Matrix Organization and Secretion from Vascular Endothelial Cells due to Macromolecular Crowding
    Frances D. Liu, et al, MRS Proceedings / Volume 1623 / 2014,
    Quote: "Cell Culture Vascular endothelial cells (VECs), derived originally from bovine retina by Herman et al., were cultured on glass-bottom 24-well dishes (In Vitro Scientific, P24-1.5HN, Sunnyvale, CA) in Dulbecco's modified Eagle's Medium (DMEM) containing Bovine Calf Serum"

  10. Identification of Novel CELSR1 Mutations in Spina Bifida
    Yunping Lei, et al, PLOS One, March 14, 2014
    Quote: "One day before transfection, cells were seeded in 4 chamber 35 mm glass bottom dishes (4×104/chamber) (In Vitro Scientific, Sunnyvale, CA)"

  11. Uncoupling of Cav1. 2 from Ca2+-induced Ca2+ release and SK channel regulation in pancreatic β-cells
    Yuchen Wang et al., Molecular Endocrinology, February 07, 2014
    Quote: "Cells were split 24 to 48 hours post-transfection into four chambered 35 mm glass bottom dishes (In Vitro Scientific, Sunnyvale, CA) and imaged 48 to 72 hours post-transfection."

  12. Microvascular Endothelial Cells Migrate Upstream and Align Against the Shear Stress Field Created by Impinging Flow
    Maggie A. Ostrowski, et al., Biophysical Journal, Volume 106, Issue 2, 366-374, 21 January 2014
    Quote: "micro-patterned 35 mm glass-bottom dishes (In Vitro Scientific) were incubated with 3 mls of 1% (w/v) Pluronic F108 (BASF) surfactant for 1 h at room temperature"

  13. In situ dimerization of multiple wild type and mutant zinc transporters in live cells using bimolecular fluorescence complementation
    Inbal Lasry et al., The Journal of Biological Chemistry, January 2014
    Quote: "4 bottom plates (In Vitro Scientific, California, USA) (2.5x105 cells/dish) for fluorescence microscopy"

  14. A micropatterning approach for imaging Cx43 dynamic trafficking to cell–cell borders
    Shan-Shan Zhang et al., FEBS Letters, January 2014
    Quote: "micro-patterned 35 mm glass-bottom dishes (In Vitro Scientific) were incubated with 3 mls of 1% (w/v) Pluronic F108 (BASF) surfactant for 1 h at room temperature"

  15. dimerization of multiple wild type In situ
    N Amram, et al., Journal of Biological Chemistry, Jan 22, 2014
    Quote: "4 bottom plates (In Vitro Scientific, California, USA) (2.5x105 cells/dish) for fluorescence microscopy or in 6-well plates (2x105 cells/dish; Nunc A/S, Roskilde, Denmark) for flow cytometry"

  16. Variation of Two Primate Lineage-Specific Residues in Human SAMHD1 Confers Resistance to N Terminus-Targeted SIV Vpx Proteins
    W Wei et al., Journal of Virology, January 2014
    Quote: "For live-cell imaging, HEK293T cells were transfected in six-well coverslipped glass bottom cell culture dishes (InVitro Scientific) when the cells were ∼80% confluent and then visualized after 24 h with a Zeiss LSM510-Meta confocal imaging system"

  17. Sustained Na+/H+ Exchanger Activation Promotes Gliotransmitter Release from Reactive Hippocampal Astrocytes following Oxygen-Glucose Deprivation
    Pelin Cengiz et al, PLOS One, January 02, 2014
    Quote: "Hippocampal astrocytes grown on glass-bottomed culture dishes (In Vitro Scientific, Sunnyvale, CA) were loaded with 15 µM sodium green-AM at 37°C for 2 h under normoxia, OGD, or REOX conditions"

  18. Combining Single RNA Sensitive Probes with Subdiffraction-Limited and Live-Cell Imaging Enables the Characterization of Virus Dynamics in Cells
    Eric Alonas, et al., ACS Nano, 2014, 8 (1), pp 302–315
    Quote: "Cells were plated on No. 1.5 coverslips (Electron Microscopy Sciences) or 35 mm coverslip-bottomed dishes (In Vitro Scientific) one day prior to infection or imaging."

  19. Plumbagin induces apoptotic and autophagic cell death through inhibition of the PI3K/Akt/mTOR pathway in human non-small cell lung cancer cells
    Yan-Cong Li et al., Cancer Letters, Nov 2013
    Quote: "2.9 Determination of autophagy A549 and H23 cells were seeded at an intensity of 5 x 104 cells/well in a 24-well plate with glass black bottom (In Vitro Scientific Inc., Sunnyvale, CA)."

  20. Tropomyosins induce neuritogenesis and determine neurite branching patterns in B35 neuroblastoma cells
    NM Curthoys, et al., Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience, Nov. 2013
    Quote: "TmBr3 and Tm4 overexpressing clones were plated at a density of 2.5 × 10 3 cells/well in a poly-D-Lysine coated 24 well glass bottom plate (In vitro scientific) 24 h prior to imaging."

  21. Low‐level laser therapy (810 nm) protects primary cortical neurons against excitotoxicity in vitro
    YY Huang, K Nagata, CE Tedford, Journal of Biophotonics, October 2013
    Quote: "Glass-bottom petri dishes were purchased from In Vitro Scientific (Sunnyvale, CA)"

  22. RGS2 regulates urotensin II‐induced intracellular Ca2+ elevation and contraction in glomerular mesangial cells
    Adebowale Adebiyi, Journal of Cellular Physiology, 2013
    Quote: "Intracellular Ca2+ [Ca2+]i imaging GMCs were seeded sparsely on 29 mm glass-bottom dishes with 14 mm micro-well (In Vitro Scientific, Sunnyvale CA)."

  23. SNP Detection in mRNA in Living Cells Using Allele Specific FRET Probes
    L Dahan, L Huang, R Kedmi, MA Behlke, D Peer, PLOS One, September 2013
    Quote: "0.8 µM of the anchor, probe and targets oligos were dissolved in PBS in a black 96 well plate (In vitro scientific, Sunnyvale,CA, USA) and fluorescence intensity was measured at 37°C using a Synergy HT plate reader"

  24. A Bacteriophage Tailspike Domain Promotes Self-Cleavage of a Human Membrane-Bound Transcription Factor, the Myelin Regulatory Factor MYRF
    Zhihua Li, Yungki Park, Edward M. Marcotte, Plos Biology 2013
    Quote: "Cells cultured in glass bottom six-well plates (In Vitro Scientific) were fixed with 4% formaldehyde"

  25. Mutations in Planar Cell Polarity Gene SCRIB Are Associated with Spina Bifida
    Yunping Lei, Huiping Zhu, Cody Duhon, Wei Yang, M. Elizabeth Ross, Gary M. Shaw, Richard H. Finnell, Plos One, July 26, 2013
    Quote: "One day before transfection, cells were seeded in 4 chamber 35 mm glass bottom dishes (4x10 4 /chamber) (In Vitro Scientific, Sunnyvale, CA)."

  26. Ion channel-kinase TRPM7 is required for maintaining cardiac automaticity
    Rajan Sah, Pietro Mesirca, Marjolein Van den Boogert, Jonathan Rosen, John Mably, Matteo E. Mangoni, and David E. Clapham, PNAS July 22, 2013
    Quote: "Media enrichedin EVM was then removed and plated on either 35-mm culturedishes or fibronectin-coated 10-mm glass coverslips or 10-mmglass coverslip culture dishes (In Vitro Scientific) for furtherexperiments"

  27. Laser-induced fusion of human embryonic stem cells with optical tweezers
    S Chen, J Cheng, CW Kong, X Wang et al, Applied Physics Letters (Volume:103 , Issue: 3 )
    Quote: "green fluorescence protein (GFP) labeled and unlabeled hESCs were mixed and suspended with 200ll mTeSR1 in a 35 mm glass-bottom dish (In Vitro Scientific)"

  28. Virus-mimetic polyplex particles for systemic and inflammation-specific targeted delivery of large genetic contents
    S Kang, K Lu, J Leelawattanachai, X Hu, S Park, T Park, I M Min and M M Jin, Gene Therapy , (13 June 2013) | doi:10.1038/gt.2013.29
    Quote: "HeLa cells were grown in 35 mm glass bottom dishes (0.16–0.19 mm cover glass,In Vitro Scientific (San Jose, CA, USA)) and fixed in 3.7% formaldehyde for 1 h"

  29. The Effect of Z-Ligustilide on the Mobility of Human Glioblastoma T98G Cells
    Jun Yin, Chengyuan Wang, Aaron Mody, Lin Bao, Shen-Hsiu Hung, Spyros A. Svoronos, Yiider Tseng, PLOS One, June 2013
    Quote: "Cells were transferred onto glass bottom dishes (In Vitro Scientific, Sunnyvale, CA), pre-treated with 0.01% poly-L-lysine (Sigma-Aldrich, St Louis, MO) and 20 µl/ml fibronectin (BD Biosciences, Bedford, MA), for image acquisition"

  30. PEG-phosphorylcholine hydrogels as tunable and versatile platforms for mechanobiology
    William G. Herrick, Thuy V. Nguyen, Marianne Sleiman, Samantha McRae, Todd S. Emrick, and Shelly R. Peyton, Biomacromolecules, June 2013
    Quote: "To make PEG-PChydrogels suitable for proliferation experiments, we silanized glass bottom 96- well plates (no.1.5 coverslip glass; In Vitro Scientific, Sunnyvale, CA) as described above"

  31. Optically triggering spatiotemporally confined GPCR activity in a cell and programming neurite initiation and extensions
    W. K. Ajith Karunarathne, Lopamudra Giri, Vani Kalyanaraman, and N. Gautam, PNAS April 23, 2013, vol. 110 no. 17
    Quote: "A total of 0.1 × 106 cells were seeded in 29-mm glass-bottom dishes (In Vitro Scientific) the day before transfections"

  32. Zinc modulation of calcium activity at the photoreceptor terminal: A calcium imaging study
    I Anastassov, W Shen, H Ripps, RL Chappell, Experimental Eye Research, April 2013
    Quote: "Cells were plated on 35 mm #1.5 glass bottom dishes (In Vitro Scientific, Sunnyvale, CA)"

  33. Characterization of mechanical and biochemical properties of developing embryonic tendon
    Joseph E. Marturano, Jeffrey D. Arena, Zachary A. Schiller, Irene Georgakoudi and Catherine K. Kuo, PNAS 2013 110 (16) 6370-6375
    Quote: "fresh tendon sections 1 mm in thickness were placed into glass-bottom dishes (14-mm glass well; In Vitro Scientific), immersed in saline"

  34. Chronic Tempol treatment restores pharmacological preconditioning in the senescent rat heart
    Jiang Zhu, Mario J. Rebecchi, Qiang Wang, Peter S. A. Glass, Peter R. Brink, and Lixin Liu, American Journal of Physiology - Heart March 1, 2013 vol. 304 no. 5 H649-H659
    Quote: " ventricular myocytes were then plated in Tyrode solution onto laminin-precoatedcover glass-bottomed petri dishes (In Vitro Scientific, Avon, CT)"

  35. Cross-talk between Tetraspanin CD9 and Transmembrane Adaptor Protein Non-T Cell Activation Linker (NTAL) in Mast Cell Activation and Chemotaxis
    Ivana Hálová, et al., The Journal of Biological Chemistry, Feb 26, 2013
    Quote: "For cell spreading, wells of 96-well glass-bottom plates (InVitroSci) were coated with 50 μl of fibronectin in PBS (50 μg/ml)."

  36. JunB Mediates Basal-and TGFβ1-Induced Smooth Muscle Cell Contractility
    A Ramachandran, SS Gangopadhyay, R Krishnan, etc., PLOS ONE, January 4, 2013
    Quote: "The mixture was then added to the centerof pretreated 20 mm diameter glass-bottomed wells of 6-well plates (In Vitro Scientific,Sunnyvale, CA)"

  37. Secretory Lysosomes in Dictyostelium: Visualization, Characterization, and Dynamics
    anessa C. Lima, Pierre Cosson , Dictyostelium discoideum Protocols, Methods in Molecular Biology Volume 983, 2013, pp 445-459
    Quote: " severalcommercially available chambers can also be used, from companies such as MarTek, WPI, and In Vitro Scientific "

  38. Identification of Endoplasmic Reticulum Export Motifs for G Protein-Coupled Receptors
    Guangyu Wu, Methods Enzymol. 2013; 521: 189–202.
    Quote: "COS7 cells are grown on 29-mm glass-bottom culture dishes (In Vitro Scientific) and transfected with either YS mutant"

  39. A Fiberoptic (Photodynamic Therapy Type) Device with a Photosensitizer and Singlet Oxygen Delivery Probe Tip for Ovarian Cancer Cell Killing
    Dorota Bartusik, David Aebisher, Ashwini Ghogare, Goutam Ghosh, Inna Abramova, Tayyaba Hasan, Alexander Greer, Photochemistry and Photobiology, 2013, DOI: 10.1111/php.12072
    Quote: " with a 10 mm well (In Vitro Scientific, Sunnyvale, CA) in complete RPMI media"

  40. Tracking circadian rhythms of bone mineral deposition in murine calvarial organ cultures
    John-David P. McElderry, Guisheng Zhao, Alexander Khmaladze, Christopher G. Wilson, Renny T. Franceschi, Michael D. Morris, Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, 2013, DOI: 10.1002/jbmr.1924
    Quote: "Six-well cell culture dishes (In Vitro Scientific, Sunnyvale, CA) fitted with#1 glass windows in the bottom of each well were used in all experiments"

  41. Metazoan-like signaling in a unicellular receptor tyrosine kinase
    Kira P Schultheiss, Barbara P Craddock, Michael Tong, Markus Seeliger and W Todd Miller, BMC Biochemistry 2013, 14:4 doi:10.1186/1471-2091-14-4
    Quote: "cells expressing GFP-RTKB2 were grown on35mm glass bottom dishes (In Vitro Scientific)"

  42. Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) reduces oxidative stress in primary cortical neurons in vitro
    Ying-Ying Huang, Kazuya Nagata,Clark E. Tedford, Thomas McCarthy, Michael R. Hamblin, Journal of Biophotonics, 27 DEC 2012 DOI: 10.1002/jbio.201200157
    Quote: " Glass-bottom petri dishes werepurchased from In Vitro Scientific, (Sunnyvale, CA)"

  43. G-protein signaling leverages subunit-dependent membrane affinity to differentially control βγ translocation to intracellular membranes
    Patrick R. O’Neill, W. K. Ajith Karunarathne, Vani Kalyanaraman, John R. Silvius, and N. Gautam, Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2012 December 18; 109(51): E3568–E3577.
    Quote: "Cells were cultured and transiently transfected in 29-mm glass-bottom culture dishes (In Vitro Scientific), using Lipofectamine 2000 (Invitrogen) and 1 μg of DNA corresponding to each transfected subunit"

  44. Stable Synthetic Bacteriochlorins for Photodynamic Therapy: Role of Dicyano Peripheral Groups, Central Metal Substitution (2H, Zn, Pd), and Cremophor EL Delivery
    YY Huang, T Balasubramanian, E Yang, D Luo, etc., ChemMedChem, Volume 7, Issue 12, pages 2155–2167, December 2012
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  45. Mechanisms of Xenogeneic Baboon Platelet Aggregation and Phagocytosis by Porcine Liver Sinusoidal Endothelial Cells
    Qiang Peng, Heidi Yeh, Lingling Wei, Keiichi Enjyoj, Zurab Machaidze, Eva Csizmad, Christian Schuetz, Kang Mi Lee, Shaoping Deng, Simon C. Robson, James Markmann, Leo Buhler, Plos One, October 30, 2012
    Quote: " To confirm cell type and purity, cultured cells were grown in slide chambers (In Vitro Scientific,Pagoda Tree Court, Sunnyvale, CA) for 24 hours"

  46. A WAVE2-Arp2/3 actin nucleator apparatus supports junctional tension at the epithelial zonula adherens
    Suzie Verma, Siew Ping Han, Magdalene Michael, Guillermo A. Gomez, Zhe Yang, Rohan D. Teasdale, Aparna Ratheesh, Eva M. Kovacs, Radiya G. Ali, and Alpha S. Yap, Mol. Biol. Cell October 10, 2012
    Quote: " Cells were grown on glass-bottomed dishes (InVitro Scientific) and live-cell imaging was performed on spinning-disc confocalsystem"

  47. Cell encapsulating biomaterial regulates mesenchymal stromal/stem cell differentiation and macrophage immunophenotype
    David Antonio Cantu et al., Stem Cells Transl Med. Oct 2012; 1(10): 740–749.
    Quote: "The precursor solution was pipetted into a glass-bottomed Petri dish (In Vitro Scientific, Sunnyvale, CA, with a circular insert and then polymerized by exposing to UV light (λmax = 365 nm, 100 W/cm2) for 2 minutes."

  48. Radioluminescence Microscopy: Measuring the Heterogeneous Uptake of Radiotracers in Single Living Cells
    Guillem Pratx, Kai Chen, Conroy Sun, Lynn Martin, Colin M. Carpenter, Peter D. Olcott, Lei Xing, Plos One, October 3, 2012
    Quote: " The scintillator plates, loaded with cells, wereplaced in microscopy dishes (#0 cover glass, 0.085– 0.115 mm, In Vitro Scientific)filled with fresh media (Figure 1A&B)"

  49. In vitro optimization of EtNBS-PDT against hypoxic tumor environments with a tiered, high content, 3D model optical screening platform
    Oliver J Klein , Brijesh Bhayana , YongJin Park , and Conor L. Evans, Mol. Pharmaceutics, September 4, 2012, DOI: 10.1021/mp300262x
    Quote: "For live cell imaging, 35 mm glass-bottom dishes(D35-20-0-N, In Vitro Scientific) were seeded with 200,000 OVCAR5 cells 24 hoursprior to experiments"

  50. Improving FRET dynamic range with bright green and red fluorescent proteins
    Amy J Lam, François St-Pierre, Yiyang Gong, Jesse D Marshall, Paula J Cranfill, Michelle A Baird, Michael R McKeown, Jörg Wiedenmann, Michael W Davidson, Mark J Schnitzer, Roger Y Tsien & Michael Z Lin, Nature Methods (September 2012) doi:10.1038/nmeth.2171
    Quote: "Cells were transfected at 75–90% confluence with Lipofectamine 2000 (Invitrogen) in 35-mm coverglass-bottom dishes (In vitro Scientific)"