Questions tagged [image-processing]

This tag can be used for questions related to the processing of images used to provide photographic evidence of a biological phenomena or to explain reasons why a photograph may suggest one phenomena while it is only an artifact of editing, or the lack there of. It is also appropriate to use this tag to request feedback on what type of adjustments are acceptable for publication in a scientific context.

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How does Line Integrate work on a laser scanning confocal microscope?

Most microscope software provides options for line average or line integrate as a function that helps the signal to noise ratio when taking an image. The math behind line average seems straight ...
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How are light sheet microscopy 3D images and their computed sections built up from stacks of 2D images?

The iBiology Techniques video Microscopy: Dual-View Inverted Selective Plane Illumination (diSPIM) (Hari Shroff) describes light sheet microscopy and the improvement in resolution by introducing dual-...
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How to measure the length of mitochondria from z stack fluorescent microscopy image?

I have been working on yeast cells to analyse the effect of DNA damaging agents on mitochondrial structure. I have imaged my culture treated with MMS for a period of 6 hours and while observing the ...
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Detecting cancer in the hyperplasia phase using image processing and SEM

I was wondering if it possible or have someone tried before to use SEM or some other spectroscopy to detect an cancer evolvement in its hyperplasia phase: It sounds like a good way to do it? I guess ...
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How can I download histological slide from Cancer Digital Slide Archive

Could you tell me if it possible and how to download images data from http://cancer.digitalslidearchive.net ? Thank you.
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How to drop a grid of points in DICOM images of a CT scan (imageJ? Horos?)

I have a series of DICOM images from a CT scan of a bucket of rocks. I want to systematically measure the size of the interstitial spaces. The reason I'm doing this is to compare it to a simulation I'...
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Do blurry images cause eye strain? At what point is an image so blurry the eye stops trying to focus it?

I'm a user experience designer concerned about a new trend of blurring screens when showing a lightbox/dialog box over top (see below). From what I know, blurry images cause the brain to work hard ...
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Looking for hard cell segmentation problem

I am a physicist working on a new image segmentation technique, and I would like to test it by segmenting some images with low-refined cells on a noisy background... Do you know where I could find ...
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Genomic instability of cancer cells in h&e image

Is there are any books or papers on the topic of visual differences(analyzing H&E microscopy) of high grade cancer cells vs low grade cancer cells vs non-cancer cells? In particular, I am trying ...
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Red fox with blue legs

On the Wikipedia I found this photo of a red fox, labeled as being taken at Quesnel Lake, British Columbia: Why would the fox have blue legs? Is that normal for a Red Fox?