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Cell Tracking

Linking BRCA1-regulated processes with cell motility pathways

With the increasing availability of live cell imaging technology, tracking cells and other moving objects in live cell videos has become a major challenge for bioimage informatics. In particular, studying cell motility has become an important factor in understanding numerous biological processes such as tissue repair, metastatic potential, chemotaxis, or the analysis of drug performance. Cell tracking has therefore become a major application for biological image processing.

Cell tracking results.

Cell tracking results.

 

Data:

In this project, we are working with Mitocheck data, which consist of ~200K videos of 22K human genes being knocked down.

Collaborators:

  • Prof. David Vaux, Cell Biology and Pathology, University of Oxford, UK

Publications:

  • [2015,inproceedings] bibtex
    A. Karpinska, N. Koson, M. Bednarz, J. Leskow, B. Obara, and A. M. Garay, "Modelling cell movements," in 8th Workshop on Cyclostationary Systems And Their Applications, Grodek, Poland, 2015.
    @inproceedings{Karpinska2015a,
      author = {Agnieszka Karpinska and Natalia Koson and Monika Bednarz and Jacek Leskow and Boguslaw Obara and Aldo Medina Garay},
      title = {Modelling cell movements},
      booktitle = {8th Workshop on Cyclostationary Systems And Their Applications},
      address = {Grodek, Poland},
      month = {8-11 February},
      year = {2015}
    }
  • [2015,inproceedings] bibtex
    A. Karpinska, N. Koson, M. Bednarz, J. Leskow, B. Obara, and A. M. Garay, "Modelling cell movements," in Escola de Modelos de Regressao, Campinas, Brazil, 2015.
    @inproceedings{Karpinska2015b,
      author = {Agnieszka Karpinska and Natalia Koson and Monika Bednarz and Jacek Leskow and Boguslaw Obara and Aldo Medina Garay},
      title = {Modelling cell movements},
      booktitle = {Escola de Modelos de Regressao},
      address = {Campinas, Brazil},
      month = {2-5 March},
      year = {2015}
    }