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- Daniel Sage, Franck R. Neumann, Florence Hediger, Susan M. Gasser, Michael Unser
- IEEE Transactions on Image Processing
- 2005

We present a new, robust, computational procedure for tracking fluorescent markers in time-lapse microscopy. The algorithm is optimized for finding the time-trajectory of single particles in very noisy dynamic (two- or three-dimensional) image sequences. It proceeds in three steps. First, the images are aligned to compensate for the movement of the… (More)

- Kunal Narayan Chaudhury, Daniel Sage, Michael Unser
- IEEE Trans. Image Processing
- 2011

It is well known that spatial averaging can be realized (in space or frequency domain) using algorithms whose complexity does not scale with the size or shape of the filter. These fast algorithms are generally referred to as constant-time or O(1) algorithms in the image-processing literature. Along with the spatial filter, the edge-preserving bilateral… (More)

- Michael Unser, Daniel Sage, Dimitri Van De Ville
- IEEE Trans. Image Processing
- 2009

The monogenic signal is the natural 2-D counterpart of the 1-D analytic signal. We propose to transpose the concept to the wavelet domain by considering a complexified version of the Riesz transform which has the remarkable property of mapping a real-valued (primary) wavelet basis of L(2) (R(2)) into a complex one. The Riesz operator is also steerable in… (More)

- Jérôme N. Feige, Daniel Sage, Walter Wahli, Béatrice Desvergne, Laurent Gelman
- Microscopy research and technique
- 2005

Fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET) allows the user to investigate interactions between fluorescent partners. One crucial issue when calculating sensitized emission FRET is the correction for spectral bleed-throughs (SBTs), which requires to calculate the ratios between the intensities in the FRET and in the donor or acceptor settings, when only… (More)

- B. Forster, Dimitri Van De Ville, Jesse Berent, Daniel Sage, Michael Unser
- Microscopy research and technique
- 2004

Microscopy imaging often suffers from limited depth-of-field. However, the specimen can be "optically sectioned" by moving the object along the optical axis. Then different areas appear in focus in different images. Extended depth-of-field is a fusion algorithm that combines those images into one single sharp composite. One promising method is based on the… (More)

- Rana Saitta Rezakhaniha, Aristotelis Agianniotis, +6 authors Nikos Stergiopulos
- Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology
- 2012

Mechanical properties of the adventitia are largely determined by the organization of collagen fibers. Measurements on the waviness and orientation of collagen, particularly at the zero-stress state, are necessary to relate the structural organization of collagen to the mechanical response of the adventitia. Using the fluorescence collagen marker… (More)

- Philippe Thévenaz, Daniel Sage, Michael Unser
- IEEE Transactions on Image Processing
- 2012

Edge-preserving smoothers need not be taxed by a severe computational cost. We present, in this paper, a lean algorithm that is inspired by the bi-exponential filter and preserves its structure—a pair of one-tap recursions. By a careful but simple local adaptation of the filter weights to the data, we are able to design an edge-preserving smoother… (More)

- Heiko Schober, Véronique Kalck, +5 authors Susan M. Gasser
- Genome research
- 2008

The 32 telomeres in the budding yeast genome cluster in three to seven perinuclear foci. Although individual telomeres and telomeric foci are in constant motion, preferential juxtaposition of some telomeres has been scored. To examine the principles that guide such long-range interactions, we differentially tagged pairs of chromosome ends and developed an… (More)

- Charna Dibner, Daniel Sage, +4 authors Ueli Schibler
- The EMBO journal
- 2009

Mammalian circadian oscillators are considered to rely on transcription/translation feedback loops in clock gene expression. The major and essential loop involves the autorepression of cryptochrome (Cry1, Cry2) and period (Per1, Per2) genes. The rhythm-generating circuitry is functional in most cell types, including cultured fibroblasts. Using this system,… (More)

- Samareh Azeredo da Silveira, Bernard L Schneider, +5 authors P. Aebischer
- Human molecular genetics
- 2009

Phosphorylation is involved in numerous neurodegenerative diseases. In particular, alpha-synuclein is extensively phosphorylated in aggregates in patients suffering from synucleinopathies. However, the share of this modification in the events that lead to the conversion of alpha-synuclein to aggregated toxic species needed to be clarified. The rat model… (More)