The data shows various developmental stages of Xenopus Laevis, which is a model organism used to understand gene expression. The aim is to assess what concentration of morpholino (or blocking agent) will “knock out” a gene of interest. This is typically quite variable and difficult to assess, but with Zegami it can be observed how dark the expression pattern is (black areas visible in the image) in the embryo. It allows to determine the best concentration of morpholino to use.
This mammogram dataset consists of 3486 DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) images. It contains normal, benign, and malignant cases with verified pathology information.
The Muscle Atlas created for the Institure of Myology, Sorbonne University, contains over a thousand of muscle biopsy images from people of different ages as well as animals.
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