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Processing Random Amplified Polymorphysm DNA Images Using the Radon Transform and Mathematical Morphology

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Processing Random Amplified Polymorphysm DNA Images Using the Radon Transform and Mathematical Morphology
Abstract. Random Amplified Polymorphism DNA (RAPD) analysis is a wellknown method for studying genetic relationships between individuals. In this context, processing the underlying RAPD images is a quite difficult problem, affected by various factors. A method for processing RAPD images is proposed, which aims to detect bands by pre-processing the images by performing a template correction step and a band detection mechanism. The results on RAPD images, which aim to study genetic relationship among tree individuals, show that the proposed method detects either negative or positive amplification (bands) with a very high accuracy.
Luis Rueda, Omar Uyarte, Sofia Valenzuela, Jaime R
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ICIAR
Authors Luis Rueda, Omar Uyarte, Sofia Valenzuela, Jaime Rodriguez
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