Shape analysis plays an important role in many kinds of biological studies. A variety of biological processes produce differences in shape between individuals or their parts, such as disease or injury, ontogenetic development, adaptation to local geographic factors, or long-term evolutionary diversification. Differences in shape may signal different functional roles played by the same parts, different responses to the same selective pressures (or differences in the selective pressures themselves), as well as differences in processes of growth and morphogenesis. Shape analysis is one approach to understanding those diverse causes of variation and morphological transformation.
It is the ideal "glue" for easily integrating dissimilar fluorescent microscope hardware and peripherals into a single custom workstation, while providing all the tools needed to perform meaningful analysis of acquired images. The software offers many user-friendly application modules for biology-specific analysis such as cell signaling, cell counting, and protein expression.
Allows users to manage image data, results and derived data, and image analysis protocols. Imaris permits to tag resources as a search across all experiments or a specific set of experimental groups. It contains several features allowing to: (1) visualize volume images and objects, (2) identify objects according to their morphology, intensity, and more, (3) validate segmentation, (4) interact with objects, (5) create pictures and stunning animations.
A tool for creating and analyzing realistic, meaningful, and quantifiable neuron reconstructions from microscope images. Perform detailed morphometric analysis of neurons, such as quantifying: 1) the number of dendrites, axons, nodes, synapses, and spines, 2) the length, width, and volume of dendrites and axons, 3) the area and volume of the soma and 4) the complexity and extension of neurons.
A three-dimensional (3D) reconstruction and modeling software. Free-D allows to generate, process and analyze 3D point and surface models from stacks of 2D images. It is an integrated software tool, offering in a single graphical user interface all the functionalities required for 3D modeling.
Allows analysis of image stacks of biofilms recorded by confocal microscopes. Comstat contains features for extracting a number of quantitative parameters from biomass to fractal dimensions. This tool is composed of ten features for quantitative characterization of three-dimensional biofilm images. It can be applied for performing comparative analysis of formation and development of several monospecies biofilms such as Pseudomonas putida or Pseudomonas aureofaciens.
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