Data from: Automated segmentation of complex patterns in biological tissues: lessons from stingray tessellated cartilage

Knötel D, Seidel R, Prohaska S, Dean MN, Baum D

Date Published: December 14, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f53s5

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Description Supplementary data to reproduce and understand key results from the related publication, including original image data and processed data. In particular, sections from hyomandibulae harvested from specimens of round stingray Urobatis halleri, donated from another study (DOI: 10.1002/etc.2564). Specimens were from sub-adults/adults collected by beach seine from collection sites in San Diego and Seal Beach, California, USA. The hyomandibulae were mounted in clay, sealed in ethanol-humidified plastic tubes and scanned with a Skyscan 1172 desktop μCT scanner (Bruker μCT, Kontich, Belgium) in association with another study (DOI: 10.1111/joa.12508). Scans for all samples were performed with voxel sizes of 4.89 μm at 59 kV source voltage and 167 μA source current, over 360◦ sample 120 rotation. For our segmentations, the datasets were resampled to a voxel size of 9.78 μm to reduce the size of the images and speed up processing. In addition, the processed data that was generated with the visualization software Amira with techniques described in the related publication based on the mentioned specimens.
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Knötel D, Seidel R, Prohaska S, Dean MN, Baum D (2017) Automated segmentation of complex patterns in biological tissues: lessons from stingray tessellated cartilage. PLOS ONE 12(12): e0188018. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0188018

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Knötel D, Seidel R, Prohaska S, Dean MN, Baum D (2017) Data from: Automated segmentation of complex patterns in biological tissues: lessons from stingray tessellated cartilage. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f53s5
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