Recently published articles in Journal of Pathology Informatics

| February 2, 2012

 Number of great articles recently published in the increasingly popular Journal of Pathology Informatics.

Number of recent works dealing with digital pathology related projects:

Multi-field-of-view strategy for image-based outcome prediction of multi-parametric estrogen receptor-positive breast cancer histopathology: Comparison to Oncotype DX
Ajay Basavanhally, Michael Feldman, Natalie Shih, Carolyn Mies, John Tomaszewski, Shridar Ganesan, Anant Madabhushi
J Pathol Inform 2011, 2:1 (19 January 2012)
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Local isotropic phase symmetry measure for detection of beta cells and lymphocytes
Manohar Kuse, Yi-Fang Wang, Vinay Kalasannavar, Michael Khan, Nasir Rajpoot
J Pathol Inform 2011, 2:2 (19 January 2012)
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Prostate cancer detection: Fusion of cytological and textural features
Kien Nguyen, Anil K Jain, Bikash Sabata
J Pathol Inform 2011, 2:3 (19 January 2012)
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Automatic annotation of histopathological images using a latent topic model based on non-negative matrix factorization
Angel Cruz-Roa, Gloria Díaz, Eduardo Romero, Fabio A González
J Pathol Inform 2011, 2:4 (19 January 2012)
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A fully automated approach to prostate biopsy segmentation based on level-set and mean filtering
Juan Vidal, Gloria Bueno, John Galeotti, Marcial García-Rojo, Fernanda Relea, Oscar Déniz
J Pathol Inform 2011, 2:5 (19 January 2012)
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Feasibility analysis of high resolution tissue image registration using 3-D synthetic data
Yachna Sharma, Richard A Moffitt, Todd H Stokes, Qaiser Chaudry, May D Wang
J Pathol Inform 2011, 2:6 (19 January 2012)
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Atlas-guided correction of brain histology distortion
Xi Qiu, Lin Shi, Tony Pridmore, Alain Pitiot, Defeng Wang
J Pathol Inform 2011, 2:7 (19 January 2012)
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Global error minimization in image mosaicing using graph connectivity and its applications in microscopy
Parmeshwar Khurd, Leo Grady, Rafiou Oketokoun, Hari Sundar, Tejas Gajera, Summer Gibbs-Strauss, John V Frangioni, Ali Kamen
J Pathol Inform 2011, 2:8 (19 January 2012)
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Interactive registration of 2D histology and 3D CT data for assessment of radiofrequency ablation treatment
Matthias Seise, Tuomas Alhonnoro, Marina Kolesnik
J Pathol Inform 2011, 2:9 (19 January 2012)
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Biomechanical model-based deformable registration of MRI and histopathology for clinical prostatectomy
Navid Samavati, Deirdre M McGrath, Jenny Lee, Theodorus van der Kwast, Michael Jewett, Cynthia Ménard, Kristy K Brock
J Pathol Inform 2011, 2:10 (19 January 2012)
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A comparison of sampling strategies for histological image analysis
André Homeyer, Andrea Schenk, Uta Dahmen, Olaf Dirsch, Hai Huang, Horst K Hahn
J Pathol Inform 2011, 2:11 (19 January 2012)
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Learning histopathological patterns
Andreas Kårsnäs, Anders L Dahl, Rasmus Larsen
J Pathol Inform 2011, 2:12 (19 January 2012)
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Graphical processing unit implementation of an integrated shape-based active contour: Application to digital pathology
Sahirzeeshan Ali, Anant Madabhushi
J Pathol Inform 2011, 2:13 (19 January 2012)
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