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Micropilot: automation of fluorescence microscopy-based imaging for systems biology.

Abstract : Quantitative microscopy relies on imaging of large cell numbers but is often hampered by time-consuming manual selection of specific cells. The 'Micropilot' software automatically detects cells of interest and launches complex imaging experiments including three-dimensional multicolor time-lapse or fluorescence recovery after photobleaching in live cells. In three independent experimental setups this allowed us to statistically analyze biological processes in detail and is thus a powerful tool for systems biology.
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Christian Conrad, Annelie Wünsche, Tze Heng Tan, Jutta Bulkescher, Frank Sieckmann, et al.. Micropilot: automation of fluorescence microscopy-based imaging for systems biology.. Nature Methods, Nature Publishing Group, 2011, 8 (3), pp.246-9. ⟨hal-01430280⟩

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