National Institute of Standards and Technology

Publication Classification:

Object of Interest = Cell

Segmentation Evaluation = Object-level evaluation

  • "Bahnson A, Athanassiou C, Koebler D, Qian L, Shun T, Shields D, Yu H, Wang H, Goff J, Cheng T, Houck R, Cowsert L: Automated measurement of cell motility and proliferation. BMC Cell Biol 2005, 6:19."
  • "Bise R, Li K, Eom S: Reliably tracking partially overlapping neural stem cells in dic microscopy image sequences. In MICCAI Workshop on Optical Tissue Image analysis in Microscopy, Histopathology and Endoscopy. Imperial College London; 2009:67–77."
  • "Buggenthin F, Marr C, Schwarzfischer M, Hoppe PS, Hilsenbeck O, Schroeder T, Theis FJ: An automatic method for robust and fast cell detection in bright field images from high-throughput microscopy. BMC Bioinformatics 2013, 14:297."
  • "Hand AJ, Sun T, Barber DC, Hose DR, MacNeil S: Automated tracking of migrating cells in phase-contrast video microscopy sequences using image registration. J Microsc 2009, 234:62–79."
  • "Huh S, Eom S, Bise R, Yin Z, Kanade T: Mitosis detection for stem cell tracking in phase-contrast microscopy images. In Biomedical Imaging: From Nano to Macro, 2011 IEEE International Symposium on. IEEE; 2011:2121–2127."
  • "Huth J, Buchholz M, Kraus JM, Schmucker M, von Wichert G, Krndija D, Seufferlein T, Gress TM, Kestler H a: Significantly improved precision of cell migration analysis in time-lapse video microscopy through use of a fully automated tracking system. BMC Cell Biol 2010, 11:24."
  • "Li K, Miller ED, Chen M, Kanade T, Weiss LE, Campbell PG: Cell population tracking and lineage construction with spatiotemporal context. Med Image Anal 2008, 12:546–66."
  • "Lou X, Kang M, Xenopoulos P, Muñoz-Descalzo S, Hadjantonakis A-K: A Rapid and Efficient 2D/3D Nuclear Segmentation Method for Analysis of Early Mouse Embryo and Stem Cell Image Data. Stem cell reports 2014, 2:382–97."
  • "Padfield D, Rittscher J, Roysam B: Spatio-temporal cell segmentation and tracking for automated screening. In Processings on the 5th IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging: From Nano to Macro; 2008:376–379."

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