Integrative open-source software enables image analysis in biological sciences


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DIETZ, Christian, Martin HORN, Heather FYSON, Michael BERTHOLD, 2013. Integrative open-source software enables image analysis in biological sciences. In: Photonik international(Nov), pp. 35-38. ISSN 1432-9778

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