“Decomposing non-rigid cell motion via kinematic skeletonization”

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    Decomposing non-rigid cell motion via kinematic skeletonization

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    Considering that most cells have an intricate spatial organization to their components and biological processes, it is beneficial to express sub-cellular positions and displacements in coordinates relative to the enclosing cell. This spatial context is often more meaningful than that of the microscope field of view in which a cell is observed. However, defining such a cell coordinate system can be difficult for cells which are moving rapidly and changing shape, requiring that one define a moving frame of reference to which measurements can be transformed.

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