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This unique text presents a selection of innovative computational techniques to enable the efficient analysis of biological processes in large video sequences and databases. Features: provides a detailed introduction to the field of video bioinformatics; examines the analysis and visualization of injured brain tissue in rodent models, using magnetic resonance imaging and optical coherence tomography; discusses segmentation of stem cell colonies and analysis of individual stem cells; describes the application of commercially available software to solve problems in video bioinformatics related to stem cell behavior in vitro; reviews video bioinformatics problems in plant and fungus biology; presents a high throughput method for quantifying DNA damage in cells, and a method that uses optogenetics to regulate protein transport in cultured cells; surveys the various software tools and databases available for use with video bioinformatics problems.
Genre: Computers + Internet, Science
Sub-Genre: Anatomy + Physiology, Computer Graphics / General, Computer Science
Series Title: Computational Biology
Publisher: Springer Verlag
Street Date: December 23, 2015
Item Number (DPCI): 248-12-0460
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