Cell tracking software page


SYNOPSIS

The software described here is designed for the extraction of time series data from a sequence of fluorescence images. It's written in IDL scripting language similar to Matlab and should run on any platform where IDL runs (tested on Linux, Mac, and Windows). To submit a comment or bug report, please e-mail Dmitri Volfson.

SOURCE

cseg_1.0beta.zip (1.7Mb)
Source distribution of the segmentation program including test image.
cbrowser_1.0beta.zip (12Kb)
Source distribution of the GUI-based browser. Useful for exploring the results of the segmentation.
changes.log
History of recent program changes (and hopefully, bug fixes)
INSTALL

EXAMPLES

fragment of the original image initial segmentation

DOCS

Tutorial is coming soon

RELATED LINKS

Tracking software
Particle tracking tools developed by John Crocker, David Grier and Eric Weeks

AUTHORS

Developed by Dmitri Volfson; Natalie Ostroff has contributed several routines for data post-pocessing. Original version of the browser was developed by Rami C. Bitar and Jorge Viņals. Many routines were borrowed from David Fanning's Coyote's Library.

REFERENCES

Monitoring dynamics of single-cell gene expression over multiple cell cycles,
S.  Cookson, N.  Ostroff, W.L.   Pang, D. Volfson and J.  Hasty,
submitted to Molecular Systems Biology, October (2005)

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