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2023-01-30
10:39
DBCoverage [DKFZ-2023-00218] Journal Article
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Test for Non-Synergistic Interactions in Phytomedicine, Just as You Do for Isolated Compounds
Phytomedicine has often been used as “alternative therapy,” which in our opinion is unfortunate as it prevents its main actionsbeing systematically studied, side effects explored, and toxicity tested, like all single-compound-based medicine. Our group is interested infinding which traditional or modern phytomedicines actually work and which are simply “working” through placebo, standardizing phytomedicinepreparations, studying their toxicity, and finding active molecules in plants for modification and chemical synthesis as single compounds.Although fluctuation in efficacy due to seasonal and geographical variations in phytomedicine remains a concern, if well regulated, even plantextracts without isolated compounds can serve medicinal needs where single-compound options are currently not great. [...]

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2023-01-30
10:29
[DKFZ-2023-00216] Journal Article
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Patch-Sparsity-Based Image Inpainting Through a Facet Deduced Directional Derivative
This paper presents a patch-sparsity-based image inpainting algorithm through a facet deduced directional derivative. The algorithm could ensure the continuity of boundaries of the inpainted region and achieve a better performance on restoring the missing structure of an image. [...]

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2023-01-30
10:28
[DKFZ-2023-00215] Journal Article
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Distribution Information Based Intuitionistic Fuzzy Clustering for Infrared Ship Segmentation
This paper presents a distribution information based intuitionistic fuzzy clustering method for infrared ship segmentation. The algorithm could effectively suppress the influences of nontarget objects with high intensity and intensity inhomogeneity in the infrared ship images. [...]

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2023-01-30
10:27
[DKFZ-2023-00214] Journal Article
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Integrating Structural Symmetry and Local Homoplasy Information in Intuitionistic Fuzzy Clustering for Infrared Pedestrian Segmentation
Interferential background, boundary uncertainty, and noises are usually involved in infrared pedestrian imaging, which erect barrier for accurate segmentation. To counter the conundrum rising in these cases, we present a novel intuitionistic fuzzy clustering-based segmentation method, which integrates structural symmetry and local homoplasy information, for precise infrared pedestrian segmentation. [...]

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2023-01-30
10:26
[DKFZ-2023-00213] Journal Article
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Neutralizing the impact of atmospheric turbulence on complex scene imaging via deep learning
A turbulent medium with eddies of different scales gives rise to fluctuations in the index of refraction during the process of wave propagation, which interferes with the original spatial relationship, phase relationship and optical path. The outputs of two-dimensional imaging systems suffer from anamorphosis brought about by this effect. [...]

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2023-01-30
10:24
[DKFZ-2023-00212] Journal Article
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Light Transport Induced Domain Adaptation for Semantic Segmentation in Thermal Infrared Urban Scenes
Semantic segmentation in urban scenes is widely used in applications of intelligent transportation systems (ITS). In urban scenes, thermal infrared (TIR) images can be captured in weak illumination conditions or in the presence of obscuration (e.g., light fog, smoke). [...]

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2023-01-30
10:23
[DKFZ-2023-00211] Journal Article
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Attention-Assisted Adversarial Model for Cerebrovascular Segmentation in 3D TOF-MRA Volumes
Cerebrovascular segmentation in time-offlight magnetic resonance angiography (TOF-MRA) volumesis essential for a variety of diagnostic and analytical applications. However, accurate cerebrovascular segmentationin 3D TOF-MRA is faced with multiple issues, including vastvariations in cerebrovascular morphology and intensity,noisy background, and severe class imbalance betweenforeground cerebral vessels and background.In this work, a3D adversarial network model called A-SegAN is proposedto segment cerebral vessels in TOF-MRA volumes. [...]

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2023-01-30
10:21
DBCoverage [DKFZ-2023-00210] Journal Article
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Identification and characterization of long non-coding RNA Carip in modulating spatial learning and memory
CaMKII has long been known to be a key effector for synaptic plasticity. Recent studies have shown that a variety of modulators interact with the subunits of CaMKII to regulate the long-term potentiation (LTP) of hippocampal neurons. [...]

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2023-01-30
10:19
DBCoverage [DKFZ-2023-00209] Journal Article
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Long noncoding RNA MAGI2-AS3 regulates the H2O2 level and cell senescence via HSPA8
The redox homeostasis system regulates many biological processes, intracellular antioxidant production and redox signaling. However, long noncoding RNAs (lncRNAs) involved in redox regulation have rarely been reported. [...]

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2023-01-30
10:18
DBCoverage [DKFZ-2023-00208] Journal Article
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Characterizing mobile element insertions in 5675 genomes
Mobile element insertions (MEIs) are a major class of structural variants (SVs) and have been linked to many human genetic disorders, including hemophilia, neurofibromatosis, and various cancers. However, human MEI resources from large-scale genome sequencing are still lacking compared to those for SNPs and SVs. [...]

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