Introducing the qEV 20 nm Series: A New Frontier of Isolation
Introducing the new qEV 20 nm Series, allowing you branch even further into the small end of the size spectrum and isolate more small particles than ever before.
Exoid Update: Measuring More Small Particles More Accurately
A new Exoid update is here and it is making the measurement of small particles easier and more accurate than ever before.
International Standard Developed for TRPS Measurement of Particle Size Distribution
The International Organization for Standardization has created an ISO standard for Tunable Resistive Pulse Sensing measurement of particle size distribution.
From Heart to Brain: The Role of qEV Columns in Stem Cell EV Advancements
Read about the role of qEV columns in recent stem cell EV discoveries.
GMP-Ready qEV Columns Introduced for Enhanced Clinical Translation
A new tier of columns is now available: GMP-ready qEV columns.
To Dye or Not to Dye: Labelling Extracellular Vesicles (and Everything Else Unfortunately) with Lipophilic Dyes
A deep dive into the approaches, considerations and pitfalls of labelling EVs.
The Non-Vesicular Wave: Exomeres, Supermeres and Beyond
You know about extracellular vesicles, sure, but what about the new kids on the block? Exomeres and supermeres are here, and they are making a splash in the world of intercellular communication.
TRPS in Nanomedicine: High Resolution Measurements of an Anti-Cancer Liposomal Formulation
Tunable Resistive Pulse Sensing excels as a method for analysing size, zeta potential and stability of nanomedicines.
Building the Future of EV Isolation: A Q&A With Technology Networks
What does the future of extracellular vesicle isolation have in store, and how is Izon working towards that? Technology Networks speaks to Hans van der Voorn, CEO at Izon Science.
Decoding Lipid Nanoparticle Properties With the Exoid: Size Stability, Concentration and Zeta Potential
What lipid nanoparticle measurement data can you get using the Exoid? Let’s find out.
A Tale of Two Techniques: Comparing Size Exclusion Chromatography and Polymer Precipitation for Extracellular Vesicle Isolation
When it comes to yield, purity, expense and time commitment, does size exclusion chromatography or precipitation take the crown for EV isolation?
In Brief: Findings From 5 Publications Harnessing High-Res TRPS Measurements
A brief roundup of findings from 5 studies published in Q2 of 2023 which featured Tunable Resistive Pulse Sensing measurements.
Navigating the Large-Scale EV Production Landscape With the Exoid
Whatever the end goal of your large-scale EV production, the Exoid can help keep you on track.
Which Method to Use? TRPS and DLS Compared for Particle Size Measurement in Nanomedicine
When it comes to measuring particle size in the field of nanomedicine, how do TRPS and DLS compare?
Mimetic Nanovesicles: Alternative Drug Delivery Vesicles Assessed Using Tunable Resistive Pulse Sensing
A summary of work by Martinelli et al. (2020) who describe the production of extracellular vesicle (EV)-inspired nanoparticles for drug delivery, and used Tunable Resistive Pulse Sensing to characterise the vesicles.
Harvesting the Benefits of Plant Extracellular Vesicles
From Arabidopsis thaliana to red cabbage, the field of plant EV (and EV-like nanoparticle) research is a fast-changing world of basic biology and therapeutics. So why is methodology stuck in the past?
Enhancing Accuracy in Particle Sizing With the Exoid: A Study on Microchannel Flow
When your research relies on knowing the absolute size of the particles, accuracy is essential. Learn how the Exoid is providing high precision data to improve our understanding of particle behaviour.
Next-Generation EV Separation: Izon Science and Agarose Bead Technologies Collaborate to Enhance Clinical Applications for Extracellular Vesicles
The collaborative agreement between Izon Science and ABT offers exceptional opportunities to develop solutions that aid in advancing EV research into clinical settings.
Get to Know the qEV Gen 2 Range, Your Go-To for EV Isolation
The Gen 2 qEV range provides a strong foundation for extracellular vesicle isolation, paving the way towards a future where EVs shape clinical decisions and health outcomes. Here, we share an overview and key resources related to qEV Gen 2 columns.
qEV Columns Lead the Way for Cancer Diagnostics
When it comes to EV isolation for cancer diagnostics, picking the right methodology could be the difference between succeeding in diagnostics versus failing to achieve sufficient specificity and sensitivity. With qEV columns excelling in purity, your biomarker has a stronger chance at standing out amongst the background noise.
Navigating Nanomedicine Regulatory Requirements in 2023
Regulations in nanomedicine are lacking, with no global consensus on definitions and a lack of clarity around which attributes are critical to safety. However, some initiatives and guidelines are in place which may provide indications of what to expect in the future.
Comparing the Diagnostic Potential of EV Protein and DNA Markers for Metastatic Breast Cancer
Using qEV columns to determine cargo truly associated with extracellular vesicles and evaluate its biomarker potential in breast cancer: a summary of work by Tkach et al 2022.
The Exoid in Action: Extracellular Vesicle Studies Revealing New Biological Mechanisms
The Exoid is yet to reach its second birthday, yet it has already appeared in a number of impressive research articles. Here are our top 3 extracellular vesicle studies featuring the Exoid to date.
Purity Matters: Why Different EV Isolation Methods Give Different Results
Has changing your isolation method changed your EV isolate bioactivity? Or perhaps even their cargo or markers? Here’s why.
qEV2 Gen 2 Available Now: Isolate EVs from 2 mL Sample Loading Volumes
The qEV2 Gen 2 column is the sixth column to join the Gen 2 range; launched on 17th Jan 2023.
Types of Extracellular Vesicles: From Exosomes to Oncosomes and Everything In Between
When is an extracellular vesicle an exosome? Turns out, probably less often than you think. Here we delve into EV subtypes and the (lack of) markers to tell them apart.
Exploring EVs from a Hospital-Derived Bacterial Pathogen With the Exoid and qEV10
A summary of work by Chiang et al. 2022, feat. qEV and TRPS for studying OMVs from a nosocomial bacterial pathogen.