3 Works

Data from: Airway segmentation and centerline extraction from thoracic CT – comparison of a new method to state of the art commercialized methods

Pall Jens Reynisson, Marta Scali, Erik Smistad, Erlend Fagertun Hofstad, Håkon Olav Leira, Frank Lindseth, Toril Anita Nagelhus Hernes, Tore Amundsen, Hanne Sorger & Thomas Langø
Introduction: Our motivation is increased bronchoscopic diagnostic yield and optimized preparation, for navigated bronchoscopy. In navigated bronchoscopy, virtual 3D airway visualization is often used to guide a bronchoscopic tool to peripheral lesions, synchronized with the real time video bronchoscopy. Visualization during navigated bronchoscopy, the segmentation time and methods, differs. Time consumption and logistics are two essential aspects that need to be optimized when integrating such technologies in the interventional room. We compared three different approaches...

Data from: High throughput techniques to reveal the molecular physiology and evolution of digestion in spiders

Felipe J. Fuzita, Martijn W.H. Pinkse, José S.L. Patané, Peter D.E.M. Verhaert & Adriana R. Lopes
Background: Spiders are known for their predatory efficiency and for their high capacity of digesting relatively large prey. They do this by combining both extracorporeal and intracellular digestion. Whereas many high throughput (“-omics”) techniques focus on biomolecules in spider venom, so far this approach has not yet been applied to investigate the protein composition of spider midgut diverticula (MD) and digestive fluid (DF). Results: We here report on our investigations of both MD and DF...

Data from: Rapid multiple-level coevolution in experimental populations of yeast killer and non-killer strains

Magdalena Pieczynska, Dominika Wloch-Salamon, Ryszard Korona, J. Arjan G.M. De Visser, Magdalena D. Pieczynska & J. Arjan G. M. De Visser
Coevolution between different biological entities is considered an important evolutionary mechanism at all levels of biological organization. Here we provide evidence for coevolution of a yeast killer strain (K) carrying cytoplasmic dsRNA viruses coding for anti-competitor toxins and an isogenic toxin-sensitive strain (S) during 500 generations of laboratory propagation. Signatures of coevolution developed at two levels. One of them was coadaptation of K and S. Killing ability of K first increased quickly and was followed...

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  • 2016

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  • Delft University of Technology
  • Instituto Butantan
  • University of Sao Paulo
  • Jagiellonian University
  • Wageningen University & Research
  • Norwegian University of Science and Technology