Nuclear texture measurements in image cytometry.

  title={Nuclear texture measurements in image cytometry.},
  author={Alexei Doudkine and Calum MacAulay and Neal M. Poulin and Branko Palcic},
  volume={87 3},
DNA image cytometry is widely used in cytopathology as a means to obtain objective information concerning the diagnosis and prognosis of human cancer. Using specially designed devices, the high resolution spatial and photometric information is available in the images of a microscopic field. If quantitative DNA specific stains are used the chromatin distribution in the cell nuclei can be measured, which is one of the critical features for cytopathological analysis. In normal cells, changes in… CONTINUE READING

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