Long Fong

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(1992) Three-dimensional structure of dendritic spines and synapses in rat hippocampus (CA1) at postnatal day 15 and adult ages: implications for the maturation of synaptic physiology and long-term potentiation. The cell-centered database: a database for multiscale structural and protein localization data from light and electron microscopy. Neuroinformatics(More)
In this article, we analyze the morphometric measures of dendrite spines of mice derived from electron tomography images for different spine types based on pre-assigned categories. The morphometric measures we consider include the metric distance, volume, surface area, and length of dendrite spines of mice. The question of interest is how these morphometric(More)
In this article, we model the metric distances of den-drite spines of mice based on various morphometric (shape and size related) measures, condition, and type of the spines. The question of interest is how the metric distances differ with respect to various morphomet-ric measures, two different conditions and six spine types which are based on pre-assigned(More)
The discipline of Computational Anatomy focuses on shape analysis of anatomical structures obtained in biomedical imaging. Under the auspices of the Mouse Morphometry Biomedical Informatics Research Network (www.nbirn.net), a processing pipeline has been developed to enable processing of morphometry data obtained from the Cell Centered DataBase. As a(More)
Corrosion is one of the degrading mechanisms that greatly affect the structural integrity of aerospace components. Corrosion begins with small imperfections in the given material referred to as " pits ". Over time, and with exposure to the environment and loading stresses, these pits grow into structural cracks. These cracks, under further exposure to(More)
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