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5µm cryosection of rat kidney stained with actin (green), DAPI (blue) and aquaporin 2 (red).
Courtesy of Dr. Ruth Dooley, Department of Molecular Medicine, RCSI


Depth-resolved image of the human microcirculation using correlation mapping optical coherence tomography (cmOCT), a technique developed by the NBIP Ireland Microcirculation Imaging Group with funds from the HEA PRTLI4 award.


Extracted membrane contours superimposed on the original TEM image of the STS-treated DU-145 cell. The membrane segmentation has been attained by utilizing the perceptual grouping laws within the spectral clustering framework.
Courtesy of the Centre for Image Processing and Analysis (CIPA), DCU and RCSI.


Results of the critical point analysis on the extracted contours with the objective to identify junctions and further partition the contours at these points. Courtesy of the Centre for Image Processing and Analysis (CIPA), DCU and RCSI.


Color coded projection of a stack of wide-field images showing the later stage of heart development in a transgenic quail embryo. Courtesy of the Computational Imaging Group, University of Kansas Medical Center, USA in conjunction with CIPA, DCU.


Time-lapse florescence microscopy image showing the in-vivo development of a transgenic quail embryo. Courtesy of the Computational Imaging Group, University of Kansas Medical Center, USA in conjunction with CIPA, DCU.


Patterning of the cytoskeleton of human endometrial cells: Actin Microfilaments (FITC), Microtubules (TRITC) and Nuclear Counterstain (Hoechst). Image acquired on an Olympus Spinning Disk Confocal using 40x Oil Objective. Courtesy of K. Thompson, Division of Anatomy, NUIG.


Longitudinal image of normal carotid artery bifurcation (common carotid artery bifurcating into the internal and external carotid artery branches). Courtesy of A. Stanton Research Group, RCSI.