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Spatially Aware Dense-LinkNet Based Regression Improves Fluorescent Cell Detection in Adaptive Optics Ophthalmic Images

1 month ago   |   By EMBS

Recent advancements in ophthalmic imaging technology, based on adaptive optics , have enabled fluorescence imaging of retinal pigment epithelial cells directly inside the living human eye. RPE cells are affected in many blinding diseases but the hexagonally-packed RPE cell mosaic is difficult to visualize with traditional ophthalmic imaging tools which primarily provide tissue-level information....
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World Biotechnology Congress 2019

Hilaris Conferences is going to host its premier World Biotechnology Congress 2019 during October 01-02, 2019, Valencia, Spain. Biotechnology 2019 Congress aim to create a... Read more ...

World Biotechnology Congress 2019

Hilaris Conferences is going to host its premier World Biotechnology Congress 2019 during October 01-02, 2019, Valencia, Spain. Biotechnology 2019 Congress aim to create a... Read more ...

2nd International Conference on Tissue Science and Regenerative Medicine

This conference is designed for experts in academia and industries working in the tissue science and regenerative field, this conference will examine cutting-edge research in... Read more ...

Bond LSC Researchers Named Most Highly Cited for 2020

Bond LSC Researchers Named Most Highly Cited for 2020

Bond Life Sciences Center principal investigators Bing Yang and Ron Mittler are pictured above. | photos by Erica Overfelt, Bond LSC. By Lauren Hines | Bond LSC Building onto... Read more ...

A New Way to Measure Record-Setting Electron Beams

A New Way to Measure Record-Setting Electron Beams

Sam Barber, left, a research scientist at Berkeley Lab's BELLA Center, and Jeroen van Tilborg, a staff scientist at the BELLA Center, hold the active plasma lens, right, and... Read more ...

Researchers Find Cerebrospinal Fluid Boosts Cancer Cell Aggression

Researchers Find Cerebrospinal Fluid Boosts Cancer Cell Aggression

In cell studies, Mayo researchers and collaborators have uncovered why tumor cells from glioblastoma are more aggressive in one part of the brain than in others. In an article... Read more ...

Historical evolution of spheroids and organoids, and possibilities of use in...

Historical evolution of spheroids and organoids, and possibilities of use in life sciences and medicine

Abstract Background An impressive percentage of biomedical advances were achieved through animal research and cell culture investigations. For drug testing and disease... Read more ...

PSC Software™ Announces the Release of Microsoft Office 365 Integration in...

PSC Software™ Announces the Release of Microsoft Office 365 Integration in Adaptive Compliance Engine® Version 3.5.0

Written By: PSC Software Business Development and Marketing Teams PSC Software , a wholly owned subsidiary of PSC Biotech Corporation , is pleased to announce the integration... Read more ...

The Importance of Good Documentation Practices

The Importance of Good Documentation Practices

Written By: Akshaya Mohan, Regulatory Affairs Manager, PSC Biotech® Documentation is a “record” or “evidence” of an event that has happened. In the life-science industry “If it... Read more ...

Genetically-modified mosquitoes key to stopping Zika virus spread

In 2016, the World Health Organization called the Zika virus epidemic a 'public health emergency of international concern' due to the virus causing birth defects for pregnant... Read more ...

Building a corn cob; cell by cell, gene by gene

Scientists analyzed where and when thousands of genes are activated in baby corn. This allowed them to build an anatomical map of important developmental genes that can be... Read more ...

Anti-freeze for cell membranes

Mosses and flowering plants took different genetic routes to evolve a similar defense mechanism. Read more ...

Building a corn cob-cell by cell, gene by gene

Corn hasn't always been the sweet, juicy delight that we know today. And, without adapting to a rapidly changing climate, it is at risk of losing its place as a food staple... Read more ...