Quantitative data analysis for live imaging of bone. Seno Shigeto 1 1Bioinformatic Engineering, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Osaka University, Japan. pp.193-200
Published Date 2018/2/28
DOI https://doi.org/10.20837/4201802193
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 Bone tissue is a hard tissue, it was difficult to observe the interior of the bone tissue alive. With the progress of microscopic technology and fluorescent probe technology in recent years, it becomes possible to observe various activities of various cells forming bone society. On the other hand, the quantitative increase in data and the diversification and complexity of the images makes it difficult to perform quantitative analysis by visual inspection. It has been expected to develop a methodology for processing microscopic images and data analysis.  In this article, we introduce the research field of bioimage informatics which is the boundary area of biology and information science, and then outline the basic image processing technology for quantitative analysis of live imaging data of bone.


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