Publications Citing Cellvis (formerly In Vitro Scientific) Products
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Publications citing Cellvis "96 Well glass bottom plate with high performance #1.5 cover glass"
1 - 16 of 16 publications before 2019
Microtubules Gate Tau Condensation to Spatially Regulate Microtubule Functions
Ruensern Tan, et al., BioRxiv, September 22, 2018
Quote: "Continuous imaging assays: Tau condensation assays (Fig. 1A-C, S1A) were conducted in Cellvis 96-well Glass Bottom Plate (Cellvis, #P96-1.5H-N) as previously described"
Parallel High-Resolution Imaging of Leukocyte Chemotaxis Under Agarose with Rho-Family GTPase Biosensors
GRR Bell, et al., Rho GTPases pp 71-85, 2018
Quote: "Imaging Materials. 1. Glass-bottom 96-well plate (Cellvis, Catalog #P96–1.5HN or equivalent)"
Ki67 is a Graded Rather than a Binary Marker of Proliferation versus Quiescence
I Miller, et al., Cell Reports, Volume 24, Issue 5, 31 July 2018, Pages 1105-1112
Quote: "96 well glass bottom plate, Cellvis, Cat# P96-1.5HN"
Characterizing DNA Repair Processes at Transient and Long-lasting Double-strand DNA Breaks by Immunofluorescence Microscopy
V Murthy, et al., Jove 2018
Quote: "Seed 6 x 10 3 cells/well in 200 µL of a glass-bottom 96-well plate."
The ventral disc is a flexible microtubule organelle that depends on domed ultrastructure for functional attachment of Giardia lamblia
Scott Charles Dawson,et al., Biorxiv 2017
Quote: "3D stacks and time lapse movies were acquired of live cells grown in 96-well #1.5 black glass bottom imaging plates (In Vitro Scientific)."
Competing memories of mitogen and p53 signalling control cell-cycle entry
HW Yang, et al., Nature 549, 404–408 (21 September 2017)
Quote: "In brief, cells were plated in a 96-well glass plate (Cellvis P96-1.5HN) that was pre-hybridized with collagen"
Surface Toll-like receptor 3 expression in metastatic intestinal epithelial cells induces inflammatory cytokine production and promotes invasiveness
Marit Bugge, et al., The Journal of Biological Chemistry 292, 15408-15425.
Quote: "In nuclear translocation studies, HT29 cells were seeded in 96-well glass-bottom plates (P96-1.5H-N, In Vitro Scientific, Sunnyvale, CA) and treated with poly(I:C) alone"
Entosis Is Induced by Glucose Starvation
Jens C.Hamann, et al., Cell Reports, Volume 20, Issue 1, 5 July 2017, Pages 201-210
Quote: "For imaging, cells were plated on #1.5 glass-bottom 96-well plates (P96-1.5H-N; In Vitro Scientific) and maintained at 37°C and 5% CO2"
Protection of rhesus macaques against inhalational anthrax with a Bacillus anthracis capsule conjugate vaccine
DJ Chabot, et al., Vaccine
Quote: "RAW 264.7 mouse macrophages (ATCC, Manassas, VA) seeded at 1.4 × 10 4 /well in Dulbecco's Modified Eagle Medium with 10% heat inactivated FBS (DF10) in 96-well 0.15 μm-thick glass bottom plates (In Vitro Scientific, Sunnyvale, CA)"
ethodology for Quantitative Characterization of Fluorophore Photoswitching to Predict Superresolution Microscopy Image Quality
AM Bittel, et al., Scientific Reports
Quote: "Single-molecule samples were fixed in 96-well glass bottom plates with #1.5 coverglass bottom (In Vitro Scientific)"
A scalable strategy for high-throughput GFP tagging of endogenous human proteins
Manuel D. Leonetti, et al., PNAS
Quote: "Cells were grown in 96-well glass bottom plates with no. 1.5 high performance cover glass (In Vitro Scientific) coated with Fibronectin"
High content analysis platform for optimization of lipid mediated CRISPR-Cas9 delivery strategies in human cells
Benjamin Steyer, et al., Acta Biomaterialia
Quote: "HEK H2B-mCherry cells were plated at 7500–10,000 cells per well with 125 μL of imaging media in gelatin A coated 96 well glass plates (In Vitro Scientific, P96-1.5HN)"
Versatile protein tagging in cells with split fluorescent protein
Daichi Kamiyama, et al., Nature Communications
Quote: "The cells were grown in 96-well glass bottom plates with #1.5 high-performance cover glass (In Vitro Scientific) coated with either Poly-L-Lysine (Sigma-Aldrich) or Fibronectine (Roche)"
Systematic Discovery of Human Gene Function and Principles of Modular Organization through Phylogenetic Profiling
Gautam Dey, et al., Cell Reports, Cell Reports Volume 10, Issue 6, 17 February 2015
Quote: "For small interfering RNA (siRNA) experiments or transient transfections, cells were cultured on 96-well plastic-bottom (Corning 3904) or glass-bottom (In Vitro Scientific, P96-1.5H-N) plates."
Quantifying mitochondrial content in living cells
Matheus Palhares Viana, et al., Methods in Cell Biology Volume 125, 2015, Pages 77–93, Biophysical Methods in Cell Biology
Quote: "The plasmid is maintained by growing cells on synthetic complete minus uracil (SC−URA) selection plates. 96-Well Glass-Bottom Plate, #1.5 cover glass, 0.17 + 0.005 mm, (In Vitro Scientific P96-1.5HN)"
Well Plate Circular Dichroism Reader for the Rapid Determination of Enantiomeric Excess
Eric V Anslyn, et al., Chem. Sci., 2014
Quote: "A 96-well glass bottom plate (In Vitro Scientific, P96-1.5HN, with a MatTek Corporation top cover glass, PCS10872-1.0) was mounted on two linear actuators (Newport) with a range of only three wells in the vertical and horizontal directions"