Provides microscopic biopsy images of benign and malignant breast tumors. BreakHis contains about 8 000 clinically representative, microscopic images of breast tumor tissue images collected from 82 patients using different magnifying factors. It can serve in computer-aided diagnosis for breast cancer (BC) histopathology, and also in ensemble classification by providing a real-life dataset.
Provides a medical database with gastrointestinal image. Gastrointestinal Medical Image Database is an online resource compiled with the cooperation of the National Cancer Center, regional cancer centers, and other hospitals in Japan.
Archives and freely distributes high-resolution whole-slide images and relevant records. OpenTein has been designed as a searchable, zoomable and annotatable web-based repository system. We have deposited 468 images of teratomas derived by our transplantation of human stem cells, and users can freely access and process such digital teratoma images. OpenTein offers valuable tools and resources in the new era of stem cell biology.
Gathers radiological imaging data available from The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA) cases. TCIA is a web-accessible information resource created by the National Cancer Institute (NCI). The database supports the creation of larger patient cohorts by combining sets from multiple projects and trials. It provides a web-based query and download mechanism and an application programming interface for identifying and downloading information.
Compiles pancreatic histology images gathered from over 1000 age-matched and gender-matched Ptf1aCre; LSL-KrasG12D mice. MMPCA includes an image library of multiple magnifications. It aims to provide an interactive resource for investigation and classification of pancreatic cancer, especially in refining current pancreatic intraepithelial neoplasias (PanIN) and pancreatic cancer classification schemes.
Provides a repository of image datasets of blood samples specifically designed for the assessment and comparison of the performances algorithms of segmentation and image classification. ALL-IDB is focused on Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) and each image has a lymphoblast classification and position furnished by expert oncologists. This database is an image processing dataset and should not be used for diagnostic or other activities.
Provides an image bank of photographs and illustrations that can be used in a communicational goal. NCI Visuals Online concerns biomedical, science, and patient-care related illustrations and images to portraits of present and past directors and the staff of the National Cancer Institute (NCI). It contains about 3500 images in the public domain that can be freely reused. The database is build following different topics: childhood cancer, historical images, science and technology, anatomy, B-Roll videos and NCI Cancer Close Up.