Data from: Phenotype classification of zebrafish embryos by supervised learning

Nathalie Jeanray, Raphaël Marée, Benoist Pruvot, Olivier Stern, Pierre Geurts, Louis Wehenkel & Marc Muller
Zebrafish is increasingly used to assess biological properties of chemical substances and thus is becoming a specific tool for toxicological and pharmacological studies. The effects of chemical substances on embryo survival and development are generally evaluated manually through microscopic observation by an expert and documented by several typical photographs. Here, we present a methodology to automatically classify brightfield images of wildtype zebrafish embryos according to their defects by using an image analysis approach based on...
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