Multiple Microtubule Tracking in Microscopy Time-Lapse Images Using Piecewise-stationary Multiple Motion Model Kalman Smoother

@inproceedings{Masoudi2019MultipleMT,
  title={Multiple Microtubule Tracking in Microscopy Time-Lapse Images Using Piecewise-stationary Multiple Motion Model Kalman Smoother},
  author={Samira Masoudi and Cameron H. G. Wright and Nazanin Rahnavard and Jay C. Gatlin and John S. Oakey},
  year={2019}
}
Microtubules are inherently dynamic sub-cellular filamentuous polymers that are spatially organized within the cell by motor proteins which cross-link and move microtubules. In-vitro microtubule motility assays, in which motors attached to a surface move microtubules along it, have been used traditionally to study motor function. However, the way in which microtubule-microtubule interactions affect microtubule movement remains largely unexplored. To address this question, time-lapse image… CONTINUE READING

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