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Spatio-temporal filtering with morphological operators for robust cell migration estimation in ”in-vivo” images

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8 Author(s)
Pastor-Escuredo, D. ; Biomed. Image Technol., Univ. Politec. de Madrid, Madrid, Spain ; Luengo-Oroz, M.A. ; Duloquin, L. ; Lombardot, B.
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The understanding of the embryogenesis in living systems requires reliable quantitative analysis of the cell migration throughout all the stages of development. This is a major challenge of the ”in-toto” reconstruction based on different modalities of ”in-vivo” imaging techniques-spatio-temporal resolution and image artifacts and noise. Several methods for cell tracking are available, but expensive manual interaction-time and human resources - is always required to enforce coherence. Because of this limitation it is necessary to restrict the experiments or assume an uncontrolled error rate. Is it possible to obtain automated reliable measurements of migration? can we provide a seed for biologists to complete cell lineages efficiently? We propose a filtering technique that considers trajectories as spatio-temporal connected structures that prunes out those that might introduce noise and false positives by using multi-dimensional morphological operators.

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Biomedical Imaging (ISBI), 2012 9th IEEE International Symposium on

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2-5 May 2012

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