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Quantitative analysis of cell function and death in label-free high content screening

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Time-lapse data is increasingly being used to conduct more detailed high throughput studies. Quantitative information that is being derived from vast and complex image data sets is essential in our understanding of basic cellular processes. Advances in cell culturing methods combined with sophisticated molecular probes allow the monitoring of a broad array of cellular functions in vivo. These experiments provide a wealth of multi-channel time-lapse data that renders tradition...

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EP/G036861/1
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DPhil
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University of Oxford

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