A paper by Drs Koji Kyoda and Shuichi Onami as co-authors has been published.
Moore, J., Basurto-Lozada, D., Besson, S. et al. OME-Zarr: a cloud-optimized bioimaging file format with international community support. Histochem Cell Biol (2023).
We welcomed Junbo Xia from Shanghai Jiao Tong University as an intern this summer.
He is working on a project, Development of deep learning program to identify cells from bioimaging data.
Dr Ko Sugawra has released QuPath extension for Segment Anything Model (SAM) v0.3.
Onami lab hosts the BDR Seminar by Dr. Matthew Hartley from EMBL-EBI, Wellcome Genome Campus, Hinxton, UK on July 10, 2023 in Kobe and Online.
Title: The BioImage Archive: Accelerating AI for bioimaging
The seminar is open for public with a registration. Please visit the BDR Seminar website to find more information.
A paper written by Drs Soya Shinkai and Shuichi Onami as co-authors has been published.
Hara, M., Ariyoshi, M., Sano, T., Nozawa, R., Shinkai, S., Onami, S., Jansen, I., Hirota, T., Fukagawa, T.: Centromere/kinetochore is assembled through CENP-C oligomerization. Mol. Cell 83. (2023).
Our SPDR, Dr Chentao Wen published a new paper on “Seg2Link” in Scientific Reports.
Nagoya City University, his former affiliation, issued a press release on his research: Seg2Link: an efficient and versatile solution for semi-automatic cell segmentation in 3D image
stacks (May 22, 2023. In Japanese Only.)
Wen, C., Matsumoto, M., Sawada, M. et al. Seg2Link: an efficient and versatile solution for semi-automatic cell segmentation in 3D image stacks. Sci Rep 13, 7109 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-023-34232-6
We are currently seeking a data curator as Technical Staff. Please visit job opportunities to get more details.
If you are interested, please contact Dr Onami.
We look forward to you joining our laboratory!
Tadasu Nozaki (Former Graduate Student at NIG)and Prof. Kazuhiro Maeshima (NIG) et. al. together with Drs Soya Shinkai and Shuichi Onami have found euchromatin forms condensed chromatin domains. This finding suggests an innovative model that condensed structure is the default state of chromatin.
Learn more about the study on Press Release from the National Institute of Genetics.
Nozaki, T., Shinkai, S., Ide, S., Higashi, K., Tamura, S., Shimazoe, M. A., Nakagawa, M., Suzuki, Y., Okada, Y., Sasai, M., Onami, S., Kurokawa, K., Iida, S., Maeshima, K. (2023). Condensed but liquid-like domain organization of active chromatin regions in living human cells. Sci. Adv. 9, eadf1488.
Check out our new paper by Dr Yusuke Azuma et al., published in Frontiers in Bioinformatics.