+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

Special issue on whole slide microscopic image processing

, : Special issue on whole slide microscopic image processing. Computerized Medical Imaging and Graphics 35(7-8): 493-495


PMID: 21752598

DOI: 10.1016/j.compmedimag.2011.06.008

Other references

Hawkins, M.; O'Sullivan, E.; Charters, P., 1998: Fibreoptic intubation using the cuffed oropharyngeal airway and Aintree intubation catheter. A cuffed oropharyngeal airway has recently been introduced which has larger internal dimensions than a comparable Guedel airway. This allows a ventilation/exchange bougie, the Aintree Intubation Catheter, mounted on a fibreoptic laryngoscope to pa...

Li, H., 2016: FermiKit: assembly-based variant calling for Illumina resequencing data. FermiKit is a variant calling pipeline for Illumina whole-genome germline data. It de novo assembles short reads and then maps the assembly against a reference genome to call SNPs, short insertions/deletions and structural variations. FermiKit tak...

Worsley, A., 1978: Looking for determinants of eating behaviour. The most important aspects of eating behaviour in man are food selection and the amount eaten. Factors determining eating behaviour are discussed.

Badrinas, F.; Mañá, J.; Fernández-Nogués, F., 1989: Recurrent sarcoidosis. A 39-year-old woman was admitted with symptoms of erythema nodosum. A chest film showed right paratracheal and hilar bilateral lymphadenopathy and basal lung infiltrates. The diagnosis of subacute sarcoidosis was made despite the lack of histologi...

Pham Dang, N.; Longeac, M.; Picard, M.; Devoize, L.; Barthélémy, I., 2016: Central giant cell granuloma in children: Presentation of different therapeutic options. Central giant cell granuloma (CGCG) is a benign tumor that may be subdivided in a non-aggressive form and an aggressive form. In aggressive forms, tumor size and high recurrence risk need large surgical resections. In order to minimize surgical mo...

Ter-Ovanesyan, D.; Kowal, E.J.K.; Regev, A.; Church, G.M.; Cocucci, E., 2017: Imaging of Isolated Extracellular Vesicles Using Fluorescence Microscopy. High-resolution fluorescence microscopy approaches enable the study of single objects or biological complexes. Single object studies have the general advantage of uncovering heterogeneity that may be hidden during the ensemble averaging which is c...

Bourne, G., 1966: Two noncardiac cases of disease, with cardiological implications. Journal-Lancet 86(12): 581-582

Frangou, Fa, 1976: Sow productivity--essential to profit. Tasmanian journal of agriculture: 47 (4) 267-269

Caretta, N.; Ferlin, A.; Palego, P.F.; Foresta, C., 2006: Erectile dysfunction in aging men: testosterone role in therapeutic protocols. Aging in men is accompanied by a decrease in libido and sexual activity. Recently, it has been demonstrated that a significant proportion of men >60 yr of age has biochemical hypogonadism. Hypoandrogenism, which is associated with other conditi...

Abdurrohim, S.; Supriana, N., 1999: The treatment of five wood species with CCB and CCF preservatives by full cell process. Five wood species were treated with copper bichromated boron (CCB) and copper bichromated fluoride (CCF) preservatives by full cell process. Air dried samples measuring 5 x 5 x 50 cm were treated with 3 and 5% preservative solutions. The following...