Computer-assisted visualizations of neural networks: expanding the field of view using seamless confocal montaging

@article{Beck2000ComputerassistedVO,
  title={Computer-assisted visualizations of neural networks: expanding the field of view using seamless confocal montaging},
  author={J. Christopher Beck and J A Murray and A. O. Dennis Willows and Mark Scott Cooper},
  journal={Journal of Neuroscience Methods},
  year={2000},
  volume={98},
  pages={155-163}
}
Microscopic analysis of anatomic relationships within the neural networks of adult and developing tissues often requires sampling large spatial regions of neuronal architecture. To accomplish this, there are two common imaging approaches: (1) image the entire area at once with low spatial resolution; or (2) image small sections at higher magnification/resolution and then join the sections back together by mosaic reconstruction (photomontaging). Low magnification imaging is relatively rapid to… CONTINUE READING

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