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Time Series Data For 3b Image Processing, George Mcnamara Jan 2014

Time Series Data For 3b Image Processing, George Mcnamara

George McNamara

Time series data for 3B image processing

Four time series data sets of Stellaris single molecules RNA FISH (fluorescence in situ hybridization). All four datasets are 301 imaqe planes. FISH probes are to TOP1 mRNA (Topoisomerase I)in Saos osterosarcoma cells.

One dataset is 10 millisecond exposures (very dim), acquired in Streaming acquisition mode (no hardware overhead).

The other three datasets are a three consecutive planes of the same XY field of view.

I have included image processing results for:

PiMP - a fast method developed by Sebastian Munck et al 2012, http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=22357945 ...


Mcnamara 20120831fri-20120904tue Cosmic Ray Particles By Ccd Imaging, George Mcnamara Sep 2012

Mcnamara 20120831fri-20120904tue Cosmic Ray Particles By Ccd Imaging, George Mcnamara

George McNamara

McNamara 20120831Fri-20120904Tue Cosmic Ray Particles by CCD imaging.zip contains image files in support of a Microscopy Today article - please see

http://www.microscopy-today.com/


Cosmic Ray Particles Images With Orca-Ii Erg, George Mcnamara Aug 2012

Cosmic Ray Particles Images With Orca-Ii Erg, George Mcnamara

George McNamara

Cosmic ray particles image series acquired using a Hamamatsu ORCA-II ERG scientific grade CCD camera, cooled to -60 C. Each image is a consecutive 600 second (10 minute) exposure time with no light to the camera.

While processing the data, I discoverd that the background changed around planes 25 and 227 (see Excel file and jpeg screenshots), so I also processed only planes 025-227 (203 planes total, 2030 minutes, 33.83 hours). the CCD industry "rule of thumb" for a "typical" CCD sensor (i.e. 1/3" CCD) is that one cosmic ray particle strikes a sensor approximately every 30 ...