Michael Chwialkowski

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Clinical interpretation of the subtle changes present in MR images in the setting of disease currently relies on subjective image analysis. Image evaluation could potentially be improved by computerized segmentation and precise quantification of the image anatomy. However, this cannot be automated unless reliable navigation within an image is established,(More)
While the recent developments in the velocity-sensitive MR imaging offer great potential for non-invasive assessment of blood flow in major blood vessels, the clinical applications of this technique have been hampered by tedious, human-assisted data processing techniques. In this paper, we describe a robust system for automated extraction of quantitative as(More)
Images of surfaces of human erythrocyte ghosts, lecithin liposomes, spectrin, erythrocyte membrane skeleton, concanavalin A and concanavalin A--decorated erythrocyte ghosts were obtained by scanning tunneling microscopy. The dimensions and surface topography of some membrane structures are described and discussed.
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