Microvascular Dynamics from 4D Microscopy Using Temporal Segmentation

@article{Gur2020MicrovascularDF,
  title={Microvascular Dynamics from 4D Microscopy Using Temporal Segmentation},
  author={Shir Gur and Lior Wolf and Lior Golgher and Pablo Blinder},
  journal={Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing. Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing},
  year={2020},
  volume={25},
  pages={
          331-342
        }
}
  • Shir Gur, Lior Wolf, +1 author Pablo Blinder
  • Published in
    Pacific Symposium on…
    2020
  • Materials Science, Computer Science, Engineering, Medicine
  • Recently developed methods for rapid continuous volumetric two-photon microscopy facilitate the observation of neuronal activity in hundreds of individual neurons and changes in blood flow in adjacent blood vessels across a large volume of living brain at unprecedented spatio-temporal resolution. However, the high imaging rate necessitates fully automated image analysis, whereas tissue turbidity and photo-toxicity limitations lead to extremely sparse and noisy imagery. In this work, we extend a… CONTINUE READING

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