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Semi-automatische Rekonstruktion von Neuronen

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The vast amount of data that is generated by today’s imaging technologies renders manual annotation and analysis infeasible. Novel workflows combining human and artificial intelligence are able to process terabyte-sized datasets. A new online neuron reconstruction service for light microscopy data achieves excellent accuracy meeting high scientific standards and reduces the required efforts to trace neurons.

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Nguyen, MT., Tran, J., Müller, M.E. et al. Semi-automatische Rekonstruktion von Neuronen. Biospektrum 25, 414–415 (2019).

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