International Journal of Biomedical Imaging / 2011 / Article / Fig 11

Research Article

Estimating Cell Count and Distribution in Labeled Histological Samples Using Incremental Cell Search

Figure 11

Estimates under saturated fluorescence. Comparison of cell counts estimates in regions with saturated fluorescence. Figures (a) and (b) show the original images produced by ITCN (a) and ICS (b). These images are of high resolution; thus, (c) and (e) show magnified views of ITCN, whereas (d) and (f) show magnified views from ICS. The red markers in (e) and (f) indicate cell locations identified by the ITCN and ICS, respectively. While ITCN only places markers on the borders of the saturated regions (e), ICS populates these regions by placing location markers according to the input cell diameter average (f).
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