Motion blur filtering: A statistical approach for extracting confinement forces and diffusivity from a single blurred trajectory.

@article{Calderon2016MotionBF,
  title={Motion blur filtering: A statistical approach for extracting confinement forces and diffusivity from a single blurred trajectory.},
  author={Christopher P. Calderon},
  journal={Physical review. E},
  year={2016},
  volume={93 5},
  pages={
          053303
        }
}
Single particle tracking (SPT) can aid in understanding a variety of complex spatiotemporal processes. However, quantifying diffusivity and confinement forces from individual live cell trajectories is complicated by inter- and intratrajectory kinetic heterogeneity, thermal fluctuations, and (experimentally resolvable) statistical temporal dependence inherent to the underlying molecule's time correlated confined dynamics experienced in the cell. The problem is further complicated by experimental… CONTINUE READING
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