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Three-dimensional multimodality modelling by integration of high-resolution interindividual atlases and functional MALDI-IMS data

 
: Bollenbeck, F.; Kaspar, S.; Mock, H.-P.; Weier, D.; Seiffert, U.

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Rajasekaran, S.:
Bioinformatics and Computational Biology. First International Conference, BICoB 2009. Proceedings : New Orleans, LA, USA, April 8-10, 2009
Berlin: Springer, 2009 (Lecture notes in bioinformatics 5462)
ISBN: 978-3-642-00726-2
ISSN: 0302-9743
S.126-138
International Conference on Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (BICoB) <1, 2009, New Orleans/La.>
Englisch
Konferenzbeitrag
Fraunhofer IFF ()

Abstract
We present an approach for the analysis of phenotypic diversity in morphology and internal composition of biological specimen by means of high resolution 3-D models of developing barley grains. Three-dimensional histological structures are resolved by reconstructing specimen from large stacks of serially sectioned material, which is a preliminary for the spatial assignment of key tissues in differentiation. By sampling and constructing models at different developmental time steps from multiple individuals, we address two aims in a computational phenomics context: i) Generation of averaging atlases as structural references for integration of functional data, and ii) building the basis for a mathematical model of grain morphogenesis. We have established an algorithmic pipeline for automated processing of large image stacks towards phenotypic 3-D models and data-integration, comprising registration, multi-label segmentation, and alignment of functional measurements. The described algorithms allow high-throughput reconstruction and tissue recognition of datasets comprising thousands of images. The usefulness of the approach is demonstrated by automated model generation, allowing volumetric measurements of tissue composition, three-dimensional analysis of diversity, and the integration of MALDI-IMS data by mutual information based registration, which is a significant contribution to a systematic analysis of differentiation and development.

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