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Deep learning-based single-cell optical image studies

 
: Sun, Jing; Tárnok, Attila; Su, Xuantao

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Cytometry. Part A 97 (2020), No.3, pp.226-240
ISSN: 1552-4922
ISSN: 0196-4763
ISSN: 1552-4930
English
Journal Article
Fraunhofer IZI ()
Biomedical image analysis; Convolutional neural network; Image cytometry; Single-cell analysis; Optical microscopy

Abstract
Optical imaging technology that has the advantages of high sensitivity and cost-effectiveness greatly promotes the progress of nondestructive single-cell studies. Complex cellular image analysis tasks such as three-dimensional reconstruction call for machine-learning technology in cell optical image research. With the rapid developments of high-throughput imaging flow cytometry, big data cell optical images are always obtained that may require machine learning for data analysis. In recent years, deep learning has been prevalent in the field of machine learning for large-scale image processing and analysis, which brings a new dawn for single-cell optical image studies with an explosive growth of data availability. Popular deep learning techniques offer new ideas for multimodal and multitask single-cell optical image research. This article provides an overview of the basic knowledge of deep learning and its applications in single-cell optical image studies. We explore the feasibility of applying deep learning techniques to single-cell optical image analysis, where popular techniques such as transfer learning, multimodal learning, multitask learning, and end-to-end learning have been reviewed. Image preprocessing and deep learning model training methods are then summarized. Applications based on deep learning techniques in the field of single-cell optical image studies are reviewed, which include image segmentation, super-resolution image reconstruction, cell tracking, cell counting, cross-modal image reconstruction, and design and control of cell imaging systems. In addition, deep learning in popular single-cell optical imaging techniques such as label-free cell optical imaging, high-content screening, and high-throughput optical imaging cytometry are also mentioned. Finally, the perspectives of deep learning technology for single-cell optical image analysis are discussed.

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