Kathleen M. Curran

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The in-vivo mechanical response of neural tissue during impact loading of the head is simulated using geometrically accurate finite element (FE) head models. However, current FE models do not account for the anisotropic elastic material behaviour of brain tissue. In soft biological tissue, there is a correlation between internal microscopic structure and(More)
BACKGROUND Accurate quantitative co-localization is a key parameter in the context of understanding the spatial co-ordination of molecules and therefore their function in cells. Existing co-localization algorithms consider either the presence of co-occurring pixels or correlations of intensity in regions of interest. Depending on the image source, and the(More)
The localization of proteins to specific subcellular structures in eukaryotic cells provides important information with respect to their function. Fluorescence microscopy approaches to determine localization distribution have proved to be an essential tool in the characterization of unknown proteins, and are now particularly pertinent as a result of the(More)
UNLABELLED The assessment of regional skeletal metabolism using (18)F-fluoride PET ((18)F-PET) requires segmentation of the tissue region of interest (ROI). The aim of this study was to validate a novel approach to define multiple ROIs at the proximal femur similar to those used in dual x-ray absorptiometry. Regions were first drawn on low-dose CT images(More)
—The purpose of this paper is to register ex-vivo cardiac diffusion tensor images using affine transformations and the preservation of the principal direction reorientation strategy. We have successfully registered cardiac DTI and compared five different similarity measures: relative anisotropy difference , modulus difference, tensor difference, normalized(More)
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