Adaptive image-processing technique and effective visualization of confocal microscopy images.

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A common observation about confocal microscopy images is that lower image stacks have lower voxel intensities and are usually blurred in comparison with the upper ones. The key reasons are light absorption and scattering by the objects and particles in the volume through which light passes. This report proposes a new technique to reduce such noise impacts… (More)

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@article{Sun2004AdaptiveIT, title={Adaptive image-processing technique and effective visualization of confocal microscopy images.}, author={Yinlong Sun and Bartek Rajwa and J. Paul Robinson}, journal={Microscopy research and technique}, year={2004}, volume={64 2}, pages={156-63} }