GAMer 2: A system for 3D mesh processing of cellular electron micrographs

@article{Lee2019GAMer2A,
  title={GAMer 2: A system for 3D mesh processing of cellular electron micrographs},
  author={C. Lee and Justin G. Laughlin and Nils Angliviel de La Beaumelle and R. Amaro and J. McCammon and R. Ramamoorthi and M. Holst and P. Rangamani},
  journal={bioRxiv},
  year={2019}
}
Recent advances in electron microscopy have, for the first time, enabled imaging of single cells in 3D at a nanometer length scale resolution. An uncharted frontier for in silico biology is the ability to simulate cellular processes using these observed geometries. Enabling such simulations will require a system for going from electron micrographs to 3D volume meshes, which can then form the basis of computer simulations of such processes using numerical techniques such as the Finite Element… Expand

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