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Segmentation workflow for DG nuclei.
(A) Slice through exemplary 3D input data (CB configuration), (Top) without and (Bottom) with mask annotations.
(B) Three-dimensional rendering of the mask, within a cubic volume of side length 400 μm.
(C) Flow diagram illustrating the steps of segmentation.
(D) To each masked …