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16.08.2018 | Original Article

Automatic directional analysis of cell fluorescence images and morphological modeling of microfilaments

Cytoskeleton and nucleus are two important anatomic components in eukaryotic cells. Cell fluorescence images are employed to study their realignment and deformation during cell extrusion. Quantitative analysis and modeling of cell orientation are …

16.08.2018 | Original Article

Comparison of titanium dioxide scaffold with commercial bone graft materials through micro-finite element modelling in flow perfusion

TiO2 scaffolds have previously shown to have promising osteoconductive properties in previous in vivo experiments. Appropriate mechanical stimuli can further promote this osteoconductive behaviour. However, the complex mechanical environment and …

13.08.2018 | Original article

The control of a virtual automatic car based on multiple patterns of motor imagery BCI

Multiple degrees of freedom (DOF) commands are required for a brain-actuated virtual automatic car, which makes the brain-computer interface (BCI) control strategy a big challenge. In order to solve the challenging issue, a mixed model of BCI …

11.08.2018 | Original article

Prediction of glandularity and breast radiation dose from mammography results in Japanese women

Glandularity has a marked impact on the incidence of breast cancer and the missed lesion rate of mammography. The aim of this study was to develop a novel model for predicting glandularity and patient radiation dose using physical factors that are …

09.08.2018 | Original Article

Determination of geometric accuracy of radiotherapy fields by port film and DRR using Matlab graphical user interface

The purpose of this study is to determine and verify the exact location of radiation therapy fields by using port-film and digital reconstruction radiograph (DRR) as a low-cost tool. Initially, an appropriate algorithm was written for the …

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Founded in 1963, Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing (MBEC) continues to serve the biomedical engineering community, covering the entire spectrum of biomedical and clinical engineering. The journal presents exciting and vital experimental and theoretical developments in biomedical science and technology, and reports on advances in computer-based methodologies in these multidisciplinary subjects. The journal also incorporates new and evolving technologies including cellular engineering and molecular imaging.
MBEC publishes original research articles as well as reviews and technical notes. Its Rapid Communications category focuses on material of immediate value to the readership, while the Controversies section provides a forum to exchange views on selected issues, stimulating a vigorous and informed debate in this exciting and high profile field.
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