Allows investigation of multi-label image data. DiSWOP aims to deduce small-scale protein networks. It finds the links in the protein network by studying individual cells. This tool highlights protein pairs that have different interaction in cancer and normal tissues and can be used as biomarkers to discern between several types of samples employing protein co-dependence. It assists users to recognize and quantify important examples of co-dependence of protein pairs.
Allows the extraction of junctions, centerlines and filament lengths of biopolymer networks in 2D and 3D images. SOAX provides users a solution to analyze quantitatively, reproductively, and objectively the image data. It uses the stretching open active contours (SOACs) method to initialize automatically images. This tool permits 3D visualization in order to visually check results against the image and to explore image data.
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