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This paper evaluates and compares four volume rendering algorithms that have become rather popular for rendering datasets described on uniform rectilinear grids: raycasting, splatting, shear-warp, and hardware-assisted 3D texture-mapping. In order to assess both the strengths and the weaknesses of these algorithms in a wide variety of scenarios, a set of(More)
TLS/FUS is a nucleic acid-binding protein whose N-terminal half functions as a transcriptional activator domain in fusion oncoproteins found in human leukemias and liposarcomas. Previous reports have suggested a role for TLS/FUS in transcription and splicing processes. Here we report the association of TLS/FUS with the nuclear matrix and investigate its(More)
For interactive rendering of large polygonal objects, fast visibility queries are necessary to quickly decide whether polygonal objects are visible and need to be rendered. None of the numerous published algorithms provide visibility performance for interactive rendering of large models. In this paper, we propose an OpenGL extension for fast occlu-sion(More)
The decision to use either the Direct Volume Rendering paradigm or the Indirect Volume Rendering paradigm to visualize a volume dataset is a topical question in Volume Graphics. Unfortunately, it seems that this question has not been sufficiently addressed so far and is not easy to answer. In this paper, we discuss some of the advantages and disadvantages(More)
In this paper we present a novel hybrid CPU-GPU approach for rendering curvilinear grids. Visibility sorting is accomplished by parallel peeling cells off the grid, utilizing an active cell peeling front. In each step, we compute the ray-cell intersection coordinates on the GPU, perform accurate volume integration (CPU), and determine the set of active(More)
A monoclonal antibody was raised against a salt-extractable fraction of nuclear matrix / intermediate filament scaffolds of polarized MDCK cells. The antibody recognized an approximately 100 kDa protein in total cell lysates and nuclear matrices of various human cells and tissues and stained nucleolar structures in immunofluorescence microscopy. By partial(More)
A monoclonal antibody raised against nuclear matrix proteins detected a protein of basic pI in human nuclear matrix protein samples of various cellular origin. The ubiquitously occurring (common) nuclear matrix protein was identified as splicing factor PSF (PTB associated splicing factor). The interaction between the splicing factors PSF and PTB/hnRNP I was(More)
We present a new technique which enables direct volume rendering based on 3D texture mapping hardware, enabling shading as well as classification of the interpolated data. Our technique supports accurate lighting for a one directional light source, semi-transparent classification, and correct blending. To circumvent the limitations of one general(More)
To detect putative filament forming components, nuclear matrix proteins were searched for proteins extensively reassembling from urea solution. Eight proteins, ubiquitously occurring in various human cell types, but not apparent in the cytosol, were registered by means of two-dimensional gel electrophoresis. They consisted of a protein exhibiting a novel(More)