Deep Learning Based Automatic Immune Cell Detection for Immunohistochemistry Images

@inproceedings{Chen2014DeepLB,
  title={Deep Learning Based Automatic Immune Cell Detection for Immunohistochemistry Images},
  author={Ting Chen and Christophe Chefd'Hotel},
  booktitle={MLMI},
  year={2014}
}
Immunohistochemistry (IHC) staining is a widely used technique in the diagnosis of abnormal cells such as cancer. [...] Key Method The method first uses a sparse color unmixing technique to separate the IHC image into multiple color channels that correspond to different cell structures. Since the immune cell biomarkers that we are interested in are membrane markers, the detection problem is formulated into a deep learning framework using the membrane image channel. The algorithm is evaluated on a clinical data…Expand
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