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Figure 10 | Cell Division

Figure 10

From: A 2D/3D image analysis system to track fluorescently labeled structures in rod-shaped cells: application to measure spindle pole asymmetry during mitosis

Figure 10

Protein intensity estimation by a 2D Gaussian kernel. Top, from left to right: 2D Gaussian kernel without offset (specified by Table 1); 2D Gaussian kernel including offset (specified by Table 2); 2D Gaussian kernel after adding additive Gaussian white noise (std = 15, enframed in blue); 2D Gaussian kernel after adding additive Gaussian white noise (std = 15, enframed in red); Bottom image: synthetically created phantom image, where additive Gaussian white noise was added (std = 15).

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