Detection of Molecules - DoM

Description

A collection of components for super resolution image data:

  • Detect Molecules
  • Reconstruct Image
  • Results table
  • Drift correction
  • Chromatic correction

Super-Resolution Radial Fluctuations (SRRF)

Description

SRRF is a high-performance analytical approach for Live-cell Super-Resolution Microscopy, provided as a fast GPU-enabled ImageJ plugin. SRRF is capable of extracting high-fidelity super-resolution information from TIRF, widefield and confocals using conventional fluorophores such as GFP. SRRF is capable of live-cell imaging over timescales ranging from minutes to hours.

Authors: Ricardo Henriques' lab

Comparison TIRF - SRRF

fairSIM

Description

An easy-to-use plugin that provides SR-SIM reconstructions for a wide range of SR-SIM platforms directly within ImageJ. For research groups developing their own implementations of super-resolution structured illumination microscopy, fairSIM takes away the hurdle of generating yet another implementation of the reconstruction algorithm. For users of commercial microscopes, it offers an additional, in-depth analysis option for their data independent of specific operating systems. As a modular, open-source solution, fairSIM can easily be adapted, automated and extended as the field of SR-SIM progresses. 2662

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SR-Tesseler

Description

Localization-based super-resolution techniques open the door to unprecedented analysis of molecular organization. This task often involves complex image processing adapted to the specific topology and quality of the image to be analyzed. SR-Tesseler is an open-source segmentation software using Voronoï tessellation constructed from the coordinates of localized molecules. It allows precise, robust and automatic quantification of protein organization at different scales, from the cellular level down to clusters of a few fluorescent markers. SR-Tesseler is insensitive to cell shape, molecular organization, background and noise, allowing comparing efficiently different biological conditions in a non-biased manner, and perform quantifications on various proteins and cell types. SR-Tesseler software comes with a very simple and intuitive graphical user interface, providing direct visual feedback of the results and is freely available under GPLv3 license.

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Density map of a neuron extracted from the Voronoï diagram

Drift correction using PALMsiever

Description

Two workflows are proposed here:

one based on fiducials, the other one on cross-correlation.

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RapidSTORM

Description

The rapidSTORM project is an open source evaluation tool that provides fast and highly configurable data processing for single-molecule localization microscopy such as dSTORM. It provides both two-dimensional and three-dimensional, multi-color data analysis as well as a wide range of filtering and image generation capabilities. The general operation of rapidSTORM is described in Wolter et al (2012).

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PALMsiever

Description

PALMsiever is a MATLAB-based application that allows the filtering (sieving) and analysis of localization-microscopy data. It provides the ability to render the data using different visualization algorithms and perform simple measurements on the point-localization data. It is extensible using simple MATLAB scripts and a number of plugins is already provided with the software itself, including a clustering algorithm and 3D rendering 2496. Strengths: intuitive, easy navigation through the point-localization data Limitations: no multi-color

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