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Multidimensional microscopic image data sets are widely used in modern biology studies, especially in screening various phenotypic data. Analyzing microscopic data is highly useful and fruitful, such as observing the dynamics of microtubule spindles during mitosis, profiling gene expression of cells, and reconstructing the three-dimensional (3D) morphology of neurons. Image visualization also enables effective development of high-content high-throughput bioimage informatics techniques to extract biologically meaningful knowledge from microscopic images.
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(Long et al., 2012) Visualization and analysis of 3D microscopic images. PLoS Comput Biol.