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Twister Segment Morphological Filtering. A New Method for Live Zebrafish Embryos Confocal Images Processing

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Twister Segment Morphological Filtering. A New Method for Live Zebrafish Embryos Confocal Images Processing
We propose an extension of the classical morphological filtering based on openings by line segment structuring elements. It consists in filtering a 3D+time image with the opening by all the possible rotations of a segment in the 4D space, given an initial segment and a rotation angle. The method has been applied to remove noise from confocal laser scanning microscopy images of live zebrafish embryos engineered to fluorescently label all their cell membranes.
Andrés Santos, Benoit Lombardot, Emmanuel F
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ICIP
Authors Andrés Santos, Benoit Lombardot, Emmanuel Faure, Miguel A. Luengo-Oroz, Nadine Peyriéras, Paul Bourgine, Rosario Sance
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