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  • Kaggle Competition for Multi-label Classification of Cell Organelles in Proteome Scale Human Protein Atlas Data

    The Cell Atlas, a part of the Human Protein Atlas, was created by the group of Prof. Emma Lundberg at the SciLifeLab, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, in Stockholm, Sweden. Currently, she is a…
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  • Novel Microscopy-Based Screening Method Reveals Regulators of Contact-Dependent Intercellular Transfer

    Contact-dependent intercellular transfer (codeIT) of cellular constituents can have functional consequences for recipient cells, such as enhanced survival and drug resistance. Here, we present a novel…
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  • "We can go home and the imaging is done automatically by the Leica HCS A Matrix Screener."

    Jutta Maria Bulkescher is the technical coordinator in the Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research and Danish Stem Cell Center in Copenhagen, Denmark. The Leica HCS-A matrix screener is an…
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  • iMSRC: Converting a Standard Automated Microscope into an Intelligent Screening Platform

    Microscopy in the context of biomedical research is demanding new tools to automatically detect and capture objects of interest. The few extant packages addressing this need, however, have enjoyed…
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  • Fully Automated Tracking of Chloroplasts in Elodea Leaf Cells from 4D Image Data

    Fully automated tracking of moving 3D structures in living cells represents several challenges that are typical to the analysis of biological image data. Taking 4D image data from chloroplasts in…
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  • Cellular Organization of Cortical Barrel Columns is Whisker-specific

    The cellular organization of the cortex is of fundamental importance for elucidating the structural principles that underlie its functions. It has been suggested that reconstructing the structure and…
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  • Mosaic Images

    Confocal laser scanning microscopes are widely used to create highly resolved 3D images of cells, subcellular structures and even single molecules. Still, an increasing number of scientists are…
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  • Find the Needle in the Haystack

    The obvious has been explored. These days, biologists strive to identify and analyze hidden and rare events. The task is tackled by automatically screening large numbers of objects – typically growing…
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