Soft Part 3D visualization by serial sectioning and computer reconstruction
- B. Ruthensteiner
- Materials Science
- 25 July 2008
A practical guide covering all procession steps beginning with anesthetization leading to the fi nal goal, 3D visualization of specimens, is provided, and the interpolate function is emphasized as most useful for completion of segmentation and also correction works.
Embedding 3D models of biological specimens in PDF publications
- B. Ruthensteiner, Martin Hess
- Computer ScienceMicroscopy research and technique (Print)
- 1 November 2008
3D visualization plays an increasing role in manifold disciplines of science and appropriate tools for the popular PDF format are readily available, and routine application of this way of illustration in electronic life science papers is proposed.
Hemodynamic Forces Tune the Arrest, Adhesion, and Extravasation of Circulating Tumor Cells.
Development of the musculature in the limpet Patella (Mollusca, Patellogastropoda)
- A. Wanninger, B. Ruthensteiner, Susanne Lobenwein, W. Salvenmoser, W. Dictus, G. Haszprunar
- BiologyDevelopment, Genes and Evolution
- 19 March 1999
Because the adult shell muscles are entirely independent from the various larval muscular systems, several current hypotheses on the ontogeny and phylogeny of the early gastropod muscle system have to be reconsidered.
Embedding and Publishing Interactive, 3-Dimensional, Scientific Figures in Portable Document Format (PDF) Files
- D. Barnes, Michail Vidiassov, B. Ruthensteiner, C. Fluke, Michelle R. Quayle, C. McHenry
- ArtPLoS ONE
- 25 September 2013
This paper explains how 3-d figures can be created using the S2PLOT graphics library, exported to Product Representation Compact (PRC) format, and included as fully interactive, 3-D figures in PDF files using the movie15 LaTeX package.
Fast and precise targeting of single tumor cells in vivo by multimodal correlative microscopy
A novel correlative workflow combining intravital microscopy, microscopic X-ray computed tomography and 3D electron microscopy to reveal metastatic events in mouse brain and skin tissue at high resolution is provided.
A correlative approach for combining microCT, light and transmission electron microscopy in a single 3D scenario
- S. Handschuh, Natalie Baeumler, T. Schwaha, B. Ruthensteiner
- BiologyFrontiers in Zoology
- 3 August 2013
A small juvenile bivalve mollusc is used to demonstrate the workflow of a correlative examination by microCT, LM serial section analysis, and TEM-re-sectioning for the analysis of small biological samples, and it is maintained that it offers savings in both effort and cost.
Early development of the aplacophoran mollusc Chaetoderma
The development of the early anlagen of the circular body wall muscles does not show the anterior‐ posterior mode of formation that is typical for annelids, thus strengthening the hypothesis of a non-segmented ancestry of Mollusca.
Interactive 3D volume rendering in biomedical publications.
The cephalic sensory organ in veliger larvae of pulmonates (Gastropoda: Mollusca)
The apical area of larvae of four primitive pulmonate species was investigated by means of serial ultrathin and light microscope sections. Cephalic sensory organs (CSOs) were found in the larvae of…