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Publication Classification:

Object of Interest = Nucleus

Segmentation Evaluation = Unknown

  • "Dzyubachyk O, van Cappellen W a., Essers J, Niessen W, Meijering E: Energy minimization methods for cell motion correction and intracellular analysis in live-cell fluorescence microscopy. In 2009 IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging: From Nano to Macro. Ieee; 2009:1127–1130."
  • "Krzic U, Gunther S, Saunders TE, Streichan SJ, Hufnagel L: Multiview light-sheet microscope for rapid in toto imaging. Nat Methods 2012, 9:730–3."
  • "Oh JH, Gertych A, Tajbakhsh J: Nuclear DNA Methylation and Chromatin Condensation Phenotypes Are Distinct Between Normally Proliferating / Aging , Rapidly Growing / Immortal , and Senescent Cells ABSTRACT :. Oncotarget 2013, 4:474–493."
  • "Sigal A, Milo R, Cohen A, Geva-Zatorsky N, Klein Y, Alaluf I, Swerdlin N, Perzov N, Danon T, Liron Y, others: Dynamic proteomics in individual human cells uncovers widespread cell-cycle dependence of nuclear proteins. Nat Methods 2006, 3:525."

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