Ayala Greenblum

Learn More
With widening interests in using model organisms for reverse genetic approaches and biomimmetic microrobotics, motility phenotyping of the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans is expanding across a growing array of locomotive environments. One ongoing bottleneck lies in providing users with automatic nematode segmentations of C. elegans in image sequences(More)
BACKGROUND Maximum Intensity Projections (MIP) of neuronal dendritic trees obtained from confocal microscopy are frequently used to study the relationship between tree morphology and mechanosensory function in the model organism C. elegans. Extracting dendritic trees from noisy images remains however a strenuous process that has traditionally relied on(More)
  • 1