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    1. Medicine

    Brain atlas for glycoprotein hormone receptors at single-transcript level

    Vitaly Ryu, Anisa Gumerova ... Mone Zaidi
    The most comprehensive neuroanatomical atlas on the expression of three glycoprotein hormone receptors, namely, TSHRs, LHCGRs, and FSHRs, was mapped using RNAscope, a technology that allows the detection of mRNA at single-transcript level.
    1. Structural Biology and Molecular Biophysics

    Mars, a molecule archive suite for reproducible analysis and reporting of single-molecule properties from bioimages

    Nadia M Huisjes, Thomas M Retzer ... Karl E Duderstadt
    Mars provides a software platform for the development of complex single-molecule analysis workflows enabling the discovery and reporting of new biological phenomena with an open data format accessible to everyone.
    1. Neuroscience

    Time-resolved parameterization of aperiodic and periodic brain activity

    Luc Edward Wilson, Jason da Silva Castanheira, Sylvain Baillet
    The new method and reported findings address a growing interest in neuroscience for research tools that can reliably decompose brain activity at the mesoscopic scale into interpretable components.
    1. Computational and Systems Biology
    2. Neuroscience

    Automatically tracking feeding behavior in populations of foraging C. elegans

    Elsa Bonnard, Jun Liu ... Monika Scholz
    A new tool enables measuring feeding and locomotion simultaneously which will enable insights into environmental, developmental, neuronal, and genetic factors underlying behavioral regulation.
    1. Evolutionary Biology
    2. Genetics and Genomics

    GENESPACE tracks regions of interest and gene copy number variation across multiple genomes

    John T Lovell, Avinash Sreedasyam ... Jeremy Schmutz
    GENESPACE lets users track related chromosomal sequences across multiple reference genomes.
    1. Cell Biology
    2. Computational and Systems Biology

    DetecDiv, a generalist deep-learning platform for automated cell division tracking and survival analysis

    Théo Aspert, Didier Hentsch, Gilles Charvin
    A deep learning-based image classification pipeline unleashes automated division counting and replicative lifespan analyses of single cells growing in microfluidic cellular traps.
    1. Cell Biology

    Viscoelastic properties of suspended cells measured with shear flow deformation cytometry

    Richard Gerum, Elham Mirzahossein ... Ben Fabry
    1. Cell Biology
    2. Neuroscience

    A scalable and modular automated pipeline for stitching of large electron microscopy datasets

    Gayathri Mahalingam, Russel Torres ... Nuno Macarico da Costa
    A novel image processing infrastructure that is capable of processing petascale datasets and can operate on both electron and light microscopy data.