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Reconstruction and Visualization from a Single Projection (ReViSP) tool: a 3D volume rendering method we developed to reconstruct the 3D shape of multicellular spheroids, besides estimating the volume by counting the voxels (3D pixels) fully included in the 3D surface.
ReViSP is written in MATLAB (The MathWorks, Inc., Massachusetts, USA) and the source code is freely provided.
Requirements for running ReViSP from the source code: MATLAB 2020a and Image Processing Toolbox 11.1 or later versions.
Please, when using this software, cite these articles:
(a) F. Piccinini, et al., Cancer multicellular spheroids: Volume assessment from a single 2D projection. Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, 118(2):95–106, 2015.
(b) F. Piccinini, et al., Single-image based methods used for non-invasive volume estimation of cancer spheroids: a practical assessing approach based on entry-level equipment. Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, 135:51-60, 2016.
- 3D Rendering
- Cancer aggregates
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