Prathamesh Kulkarni

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BACKGROUND There is a need for effective computational methods for quantifying the three-dimensional (3-D) spatial distribution, cellular arbor morphologies, and the morphological diversity of brain astrocytes to support quantitative studies of astrocytes in health, injury, and disease. NEW METHOD Confocal fluorescence microscopy of multiplex-labeled(More)
Exercise is increasingly being used as a treatment for alcohol use disorders (AUD), but the interactive effects of alcohol and exercise on the brain remain largely unexplored. Alcohol damages the brain, in part by altering glial functioning. In contrast, exercise promotes glial health and plasticity. In the present study, we investigated whether binge(More)
On demand allocation of honeypots at right places on the network and at right time would considerably make the network more secure and harder to sneak into. This paper proposes an idea of dynamically creating, modifying and managing virtual honeypots-Honeydoop. Honeydoop is a system of dynamically creating, modifying and managing virtual honeypots. It(More)
BACKGROUND Robust reconstructions of the three-dimensional network of blood vessels in developing embryos imaged by optical coherence tomography (OCT) are needed for quantifying the longitudinal development of vascular networks in live mammalian embryos, in support of developmental cardiovascular research. Past computational methods [such as speckle(More)
The crime of stolen vehicle in the metro city has rise now a days, to track the stolen vehicle the cops required the help of automatic Number Plate recognition (ANR). The use of ANR are not limited to the track stolen car but many more like automatic car parking system, automatic toll collection system etc. but the ANR system has many issues in(More)
Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is an important mode of biomedical imaging for the diagnosis and management of ocular disease. Here we report on the construction of a synthetic retinal OCT image data set that may be used for quantitative analysis of image processing methods. Synthetic image data were generated from statistical characteristics of real(More)
Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) has been used an effective treatment in the management of psychiatric disorders in pregnancy. Reports of ECT use in all trimesters of pregnancy are available in literature. When used judiciously with fetal monitoring it is a safe and effective treatment for psychiatric disorders in pregnancy. We report here a case of paranoid(More)
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