[Maina Sogabe] Break the Limit of Live Imaging Observation by Sparse Modeling

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Maina Sogabe

Maina Sogabe

Kyoto University
Institute for Frontier Life and Medical Sciences, Graduate school of medicine
Ph.D. Course Student

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Live imaging is a novel method which is received the most attention in the field of life science and medicine. However, detailed observation of biological events in the live imaging for a long time often suffers from the fluorescence diminishment. To solve the crucial problem in the live imaging, my project aims at developing a new technique for obtaining the detailed cell morphological data, by using the sparse modeling, which can elucidate the most relevant part from a small amount of data, and by the reduction of the laser irradiation mass for decrease in the damage to fluorescence protein.

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