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Customer Publications – Celigo2018-12-12T20:04:17+00:00

Publications Referencing Celigo

Who’s using Celigo in their research?

Below is a list of peer-reviewed journals, such as Nature, Breast Cancer Research and Journal of Cell Biology, that reference Celigo imaging cytometer. See how our customers are using the Celigo image cytometer in their research.

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wdt_ID Author Last Author First Title Journal Month Year Description of cells Description of how Celigo was used
1 Qingdi Han Effect of Runx2 silencing on autophagy and RANKL expression in osteoblasts Archives of Oral Biology November 2018 Mouse osteoblast-like (MC3T3-E1) cells After transduction of MC3T3-E1 cells using "LVpFU-GW- 016PSC60109-1 lentiviral vectors", the Celigo was used to measure target gene expression using green fluorescence 72 hours later.
2 Lin Sijie Pharmacological targeting of p38 MAP-Kinase 6 (MAP2K6) inhibits the growth of esophageal adenocarcinoma Cellular Signalling November 2018 OE33 cells Celigo was used to measure cell death of OE33 cells after exposure to "drugs from the NINDS II Custom Collection library" at different concentrations. Cells were treated for five days, stained with Hoechst and propidium iodide, and analyzed on the Celigo
3 Baldwin Whitney Purifed Inactivated Zika Vaccine Candidates Aford Protection against Lethal Challenge in Mice Scientific Reports November 2018 Vero cells Celigo was used capture and analyze images of fluorescent virus microfoci using a fluorescent reporter proteins.
4 Lin Shuang-Yan The effect of centromere protein U silencing by lentiviral mediated RNA interference on the proliferation and apoptosis of breast cancer Oncology Letters October 2018 MDA-MB-231 cells MDA-MB-231 cells were transfected with shCENPU and shCtrl . The Celigo was used to measure GFP expression.
5 Wang Bin B4GALNT2 knock-down suppresses proliferation and induces apoptosis in non-small cell lung cancer cells Int J Clin Exp Med October 2018 A549 cells A549 cells were transfected with shB4GALNT2 or control shRNA. After knockdown of B4GALNT2, the Celigo was used to monitor the cell growth and proliferation of fluorescent A549 cells for five days. Viability of A549 cells was also measured.
6 Yim Mandy Achieving greater efficiency and higher confidence in single‐cell cloning by combining cell printing and plate imaging technologies BIOTECHNOLOGY PROGRESS October 2018 CHO cells Celigo was used to record cell lines were "clonally derived". Single cells were counted in brightfield and fluorescence while excluding debris in brightfield. CHO cells were stained with CellTracker Red CMTPX. "The working concentration of 645 nM dye was
7 Bjelogrlić Snežana A novel binuclear hydrazone-based Cd(II) complex is a strong pro-apoptotic inducer with significant activity against 2D and 3D pancreatic cancer stem cells Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry October 2018 MCF7 and AsPC-1 3D spheroids Over an 8 day treatment period, Celigo was used to monitor morphology and size of MCF7 and AsPC-1 3D spheroids treated with different compounds. Images were captured every other day.
8 Zhang Yujuan TdIF1: a putative oncogene in NSCLC tumor progression Signal Transduction and Targeted Therapy October 2018 A549 cells After transfection with "the lentiviral vector shTdIF1 or the control vector shCtr", A549 cells were stained with Calcein AM and counted on the Celigo.
9 Wang Yubao A Conditional Dependency on MELK for the Proliferation of Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Cells iScience October 2018 MDA-MB-231 cells Celigo was used to analyze cell proliferation in MDA-MB-231 cells after " LentiCRISPR-mediating gene editing of MELK " or PLK1.
10 Sun Erlin Serine/threonine kinase 32C is overexpressed in bladder cancer and contributes to tumor progression Cancer Biology & Therapy October 2018 Bladder cancer cells ?
Author Last Author First Title Journal Month Year Description of cells Description of how Celigo was used