Image co-localization - co-occurrence versus correlation.

@article{Aaron2018ImageC,
  title={Image co-localization - co-occurrence versus correlation.},
  author={Jesse Aaron and Aaron B. Taylor and Teng-Leong Chew},
  journal={Journal of cell science},
  year={2018},
  volume={131 3}
}
Fluorescence image co-localization analysis is widely utilized to suggest biomolecular interaction. However, there exists some confusion as to its correct implementation and interpretation. In reality, co-localization analysis consists of at least two distinct sets of methods, termed co-occurrence and correlation. Each approach has inherent and often contrasting strengths and weaknesses. Yet, neither one can be considered to always be preferable for any given application. Rather, each method is… CONTINUE READING
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