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  • vivo
  • Azimi, M. S., Motherwell, J. M., Murfee, W. L. An Ex Vivo Method for Time-Lapse Imaging of Cultured Rat Mesenteric Microvascular Networks. (jove.com)
  • In this paper we showcase how Optical Projection Tomography may be used to obtain volumetric images of the head eversion process in vivo in Drosophila melanogaster pupae, both in control and headless mutant specimens. (uc3m.es)
  • confocal
  • The investigators conducted time-lapse imaging employing a Zeiss microscope equipped with a spinning disk confocal setup from PerkinElmer. (photonics.com)
  • Time-Lapse Reflection Imaging of Matrix Assembly - Collagen, type I, or pepsin-solubilized intestinal submucosal, PSIS, was polymerized in 8-well chambered coverglass (Lab-Tek, Nalge Nunc Int.). The unstained 3-dimensional matrices were viewed with an inverted confocal laser-scanning microscope (BioRad MRC1024) using a 60X, oil immersion lens. (purdue.edu)
  • specimens
  • This means that in order to obtain 3D volumetric information these specimens need to be studied either after fixation and a chemical clearing process, through an imaging window - thus perturbing physiological development -, or during early stages of development when the scattering contribution is negligible. (uc3m.es)
  • Additionally, we demonstrate the use of Helical Optical Projection Tomography (hOPT) as a tool for high throughput 4D-imaging of several specimens simultaneously. (uc3m.es)
  • changes
  • By combining satellite images with some sophisticated software, the Google Earth Engine Team created Timelapse, a global zoomable video service that lets you track changes anywhere on earth over the last 32 years. (mingtiandi.com)
  • algorithms
  • This approach, first introduced in the modeling of human visual perception and then successfully applied in many image processing tasks, leads to algorithms that neither require a previous learning stage, nor a tedious parameter tuning and are very robust to noise. (springer.com)
  • give
  • While there's no time machine (yet) to give you a chance to relive the past three decades of China's economic boom, the geeks at Google together with the rocket scientists at NASA may have come up with the next best thing. (mingtiandi.com)
  • next
  • The algorithm involves mapping a deformable, sub-cellular triangular mesh from one time-lapse image to the next so that corresponding regions can be identified. (uwaterloo.ca)
  • hours
  • They collected images starting at 36 hours post-fertilization and ending at 72 hours postfertilization when axon wrapping begins. (photonics.com)