Élodie Puybareau

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Transparent organisms such as fish embryos are being increasingly used for environmental toxicology studies. These studies require estimating a number of physiological parameters. These estimations may be diverse in nature and can be a challenge to automate. Among these, an example is the development of reliable and repeatable automated assays for the(More)
Cilia are slender, microscopic, hair-like structures or organelles that extend from the surface of nearly all mammalian cells. Motile cilia, such as those found in the lungs and respiratory tract, present a beating motion that keep the airways clear of mucus and dirt. They are thus of primary importance in many respiratory diseases. The performance of(More)
As image processing and analysis techniques improve, an increasing number of procedures in bio-medical analyses can be automated. This brings many benefits, e.g improved speed and accuracy, leading to more reliable diagnoses and follow-up, ultimately improving patients outcome. Many automated procedures in bio-medical imaging are well established and(More)
Studies on fish embryo models are widely developed in research. They are used in several research fields including drug discovery or environmental toxicology. In this article, we propose an entirely automated assay to detect cardiac arrest in Medaka (Oryzias latipes) based on image analysis. We propose a multi-scale pipeline based on mathematical(More)
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