Project detail

Recognition of dynamic cellular processes in quantitative phase images

Duration: 01.03.2016 — 28.02.2017

On the project

In live cell imaging, the trends are moving from manual evaluation to automated analysis. This project will be focusing on dynamic cellular processes and their automated recognition and classification. The cells will be imaged by coherence-controlled holographic microscope. The project can be seen as an extension of the last year’s project “Automated detection of apoptosis”. However, in this project, the time-lapse measurements of cell behaviour will be acquired instead of static images and algorithms for time-series analysis will be employed.

Mark

STI-J-16-3796

Default language

Czech

People responsible

Chmelík Radim, prof. RNDr., Ph.D. - fellow researcher
Štrbková Lenka, Ing., Ph.D. - principal person responsible

Units

Funding resources

Brno University of Technology - Vnitřní projekty VUT

- whole funder (2016-01-01 - 2017-12-31)

Results

ANTOŠ, M.; BOUCHAL, P.; DOSTÁL, Z.; ŠTRBKOVÁ, L.; KVASNICA, L.; KOLMAN, P.; CHMELÍK, R. Mikroskopie v Laboratoři experimentální biofotoniky. Jemná mechanika a optika, 2016, roč. 61, č. 6, s. 135-139. ISSN: 0447-6441.
Detail

ŠTRBKOVÁ, L.; ZICHA, D.; VESELÝ, P.; CHMELÍK, R. Automated classification of cell morphology by coherence-controlled holographic microscopy. JOURNAL OF BIOMEDICAL OPTICS, 2017, vol. 22, no. 8, p. 086008-1 (086008-9 p.)ISSN: 1083-3668.
Detail

ŠTRBKOVÁ, L.; VESELÝ, P.; CHMELÍK, R. The role of digital holographic microscopy in the classification of cellular morphologies. Focus on microscopy 2017. Bordeaux, France: 2017. p. 472-472.
Detail

ŠTRBKOVÁ, L.; MANAKHOV, A.; VESELÝ, P.; CHMELÍK, R. Biocompatibility of Thin Films Studied by Q-Phase. In 3D Image Acquisition and Display: Technology, Perception and Applications 2016. Optical Society of America, 2016. p. JW4A-49-1 (JW4A-49-3 p.)ISBN: 978-1-943580-15-6.
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