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Fig. 4 | BMC Bioinformatics

Fig. 4

From: CellECT: cell evolution capturing tool

Fig. 4

Example of problematic segments. A correct segment exhibits one or more of these characteristics: the boundary signal intensity as stronger than the interior, the common boundary with a neighboring cell has high intensity, the segment shape is almost convex and the segment’s shape is similar to that of its neighbors. Incorrect segments indicated by arrows: a segment is far from convex, b signal intensity in the membrane channel is not high on the segment border, c signal intensity in the membrane channel is too high in the segment interior, de segments are not similar to their surroundings

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