Segment axon and myelin from microscopy data using deep learning. Written in Python. Using the TensorFlow framework. Based on a convolutional neural network architecture. Pixels are classified as either axon, myelin or background.
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- Lubrano et al. Deep Active Leaning for Myelin Segmentation on Histology Data. Montreal Artificial Intelligence and Neuroscience 2019 - [source code]
- Zaimi et al. AxonDeepSeg: automatic axon and myelin segmentation from microscopy data using convolutional neural networks. Scientific Reports 2018
- Tabarin et al. Deep learning segmentation (AxonDeepSeg) to generate axonal-property map from ex vivo human optic chiasm using light microscopy. ISMRM 2019 - [source code]
- Lousada et al. Characterization of cortico-striatal myelination in the context of pathological Repetitive Behaviors. International Basal Ganglia Society (IBAGS) 2019
- Duval et al. Axons morphometry in the human spinal cord. NeuroImage 2019
- Yu et al. Model-informed machine learning for multi-component T2 relaxometry. Medical Image Analysis 2021 - [source code]
If you use this work in your research, please cite it as follows:
Zaimi, A., Wabartha, M., Herman, V., Antonsanti, P.-L., Perone, C. S., & Cohen-Adad, J. (2018). AxonDeepSeg: automatic axon and myelin segmentation from microscopy data using convolutional neural networks. Scientific Reports, 8(1), 3816. Link to paper: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-018-22181-4.
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Pierre-Louis Antonsanti, Stoyan Asenov, Mathieu Boudreau, Oumayma Bounou, Marie-Hélène Bourget, Julien Cohen-Adad, Victor Herman, Melanie Lubrano, Antoine Moevus, Christian Perone, Vasudev Sharma, Thibault Tabarin, Maxime Wabartha, Aldo Zaimi.