Elodie Dusch

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BACKGROUND The aim of this study was to test seven previously published image-input methods in state-of-the-art high resolution PET brain images. Images were obtained with a High Resolution Research Tomograph plus a resolution-recovery reconstruction algorithm using two different radioligands with different radiometabolite fractions. Three of the methods(More)
Parasite virulence genes are usually associated with telomeres. The clustering of the telomeres, together with their particular spatial distribution in the nucleus of human parasites such as Plasmodium falciparum and Trypanosoma brucei, has been suggested to play a role in facilitating ectopic recombination and in the emergence of new antigenic variants.(More)
In this work, we present an extended study of image representations for fine-grained classification with respect to image resolution. Understudied in literature, this parameter yet presents many practical and theoretical interests, e.g. in embedded systems where restricted computational resources prevent treating high-resolution images. It is thus(More)
Point Spread Function (PSF) modelling is an important task in image formation analysis. In confocal microscopy, the exact PSF is rarely known, thus one has to rely on its approximation. An initial estimation is usually performed experimentally by measuring fluorescent beads or analytically by studying properties of the optical system. Yet, fluorescent(More)
Some recent works on intercellular communication pointed out an impaired trafficking of Cx43 proteins in early carcinogenesis. In collaboration with biologists, we propose an automatic system for the analysis of spatial protein configurations within cells at early tumor stages. This system is an essential step towards the future development of a(More)
This work deals with Dynamic Positron Emission Tomography (PET) data reconstruction, considering time as an additional variable (space+time). A convex optimization approach closely related to a Bayesian framework is adopted. The objective function to be minimized is expressed in the wavelet-frame domain and is non-necessarily differentiable in order to(More)
Background: The aim of this study was to test seven previously published image-input methods in state-of-the-art high resolution PET brain images. Images were obtained with a High Resolution Research Tomograph plus a resolution-recovery reconstruction algorithm using two different radioligands with different radiometabolite fractions. Three of the methods(More)
This paper describes a method to detect fluorescent PSF-like spots in 3D line-scanning confocal microscopy. We suppose that fluorescent spots are small enough to be characterized by the Point Spread function (PSF) of the microscope. To localize spots, we use a derivative expression of the image previously convolved by a Gaussian approximating the PSF. The(More)
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