# CHIPS: an Extensible Toolbox for Cellular and Hemodynamic Two-Photon Image Analysis

Barrett, Matthew J P; Ferrari, Kim David; Stobart, Jillian L; Holub, Martin; Weber, Bruno (2018). CHIPS: an Extensible Toolbox for Cellular and Hemodynamic Two-Photon Image Analysis. Neuroinformatics, 16(1):145-147.

## Abstract

Two-photon microscopy is able to produce exquisite and informative functional images of cells and blood vessels in living animals or tissue,1 especially when combined with genetically-encoded indicators of cellular activity.2 Since these imaging techniques typically produce too much data to analyse manually, a number of automated or semi-automated image analysis approaches have been developed. However, even aside from the algorithms themselves, many factors can complicate analysis workflows.

## Abstract

Two-photon microscopy is able to produce exquisite and informative functional images of cells and blood vessels in living animals or tissue,1 especially when combined with genetically-encoded indicators of cellular activity.2 Since these imaging techniques typically produce too much data to analyse manually, a number of automated or semi-automated image analysis approaches have been developed. However, even aside from the algorithms themselves, many factors can complicate analysis workflows.

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