C9 - Intensity Correction and Standardization for Electron Microscopy Data
Oleh Dzyubachyk, Roman I Koning, Aat A Mulder, M. Christina Avramut, Frank GA Faas, Abraham J Koster
Intensity of acquired electron microscopy data is subjected to large variability due to the interplay of many different factors, such as microscope and camera settings used for data acquisition, sample thickness, specimen staining protocol and more. In this work, we developed an efficient method for performing intensity inhomogeneity correction on a single set of combined transmission electron microscopy (TEM) images and demonstrated its positive impact on training a neural network on these data. In addition, we investigated what impact different intensity standardization methods have on the training performance, both for data originating from a single source as well as from several different sources. As a concrete example, we considered the problem of segmenting mitochondria from EM data and demonstrated that we were able to obtain promising results when training our network on a large array of highly-variable in-house TEM data.
Wednesday 7th July
C1-9 (short): Endoscopy and Validation Studies - 16:45 - 17:30 (UTC+2)