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Optical Gating for Cardiac Imaging in Dynamic Samples, from Milliseconds to Days

Sample motion represents a major challenge for in vivo imaging on many different timescales, and nowhere is this more prominent than in the heart itself. Flow dynamics change on millisecond timescales, the full heart cycle is completed several times …

Hybrid Optically-Gated Light Sheet Microscopy Allows Long-term Timelapse Imaging in the Developing Zebrafish Heart

Although the low-impact nature of light sheet microscopy has opened up new avenues for developmental timelapse imaging, the heart remains a particularly challenging organ to image in 3D timelapse. To image processes on timescales of minutes to hours …

Speeding up active mesh segmentation by local termination of nodes

This article outlines a procedure for speeding up segmentation of images using active mesh systems. Active meshes and other deformable models are very popular in image segmentation due to their ability to capture weak or missing boundary …

A Bioimage Informatics QVEST: Quick, Versatile and Easy Segmentation & Tracking System

Often bioimage informatics solutions are developed on a case-by-case system and, once complete, little research goes in to developing the systems for a wide spread of applications. Here we demonstrate how a single image analysis technique can be used …

TANGL: Bioimage Informatics Tools for Analysis of 3D/4D Network Geometries for Life Sciences

Networks are present at all scales of biology from ecology to the sub-cellular networks that support cell architecture. The functional capabilities of a network emerge from the complexity and properties of its connections. The appearance of physical …