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Publication Classification:

Object of Interest = Nucleus

Segmentation Evaluation = Visual inspection

  • "Dzyubachyk O, Niessen W, Meijering E: Advanced Level-Set Based Multiple-Cell Segmentation and Tracking In Time-Lapse Fluorescence Microscopy Images. In Proceedings of the 5th IEEE Int. Symp. IEEE In Biomed. Imaging From Nano to Macro. IEEE Computer Society; 2008:185–188."
  • "Indhumathi C, Cai YY, Guan YQ, Opas M: An automatic segmentation algorithm for 3D cell cluster splitting using volumetric confocal images. J Microsc 2011, 243:60–76."
  • "McCullough DP, Gudla PR, Harris BS, Collins J a, Meaburn KJ, Nakaya M a, Yamaguchi TP, Misteli T, Lockett SJ: Segmentation of whole cells and cell nuclei from 3-D optical microscope images using dynamic programming. IEEE Trans Med Imaging 2008, 27:723–34."
  • "Padfield DR, Rittscher J, Sebastian T, Thomas N, Roysam B: Spatio-Temporal Cell Cycle Analysis Using 3D Level Set Segmentation of Unstained Nuclei in Line Scan Confocal Fluorescence Images. 3rd IEEE Int Symp Biomed Imaging Macro to Nano, 2006 :1036–1039."
  • "Pop S, Dufour A, Garrec J Le, Ragni C V, Buckingham ME, Meilhac SM, Olivo-Marin J-C: A Fast and Automated Framework for Extraction of Nuclei From Cluttered 3D Images in Fluorescence Microscopy. In 2011 IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging: From Nano to Macro; 2011(Ptr 335):2113–2116."
  • "Wählby, C.; Sintorn, I.-M.; Erlandsson, F.; Borgefors, G.; Bengtsson, E.: Combining intensity , edge and shape information for 2D and 3D segmentation of cell nuclei in tissue sections. J Microsc 2004, 215(January):67–76."
  • "Zhou X, Li F, Yan J, Wong STC: A novel cell segmentation method and cell phase identification using Markov model. IEEE Trans Inf Technol Biomed 2009, 13:152–7."

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