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ARAM: an automated image analysis software to determine rosetting parameters and parasitaemia in Plasmodium samples.

Kudella PW, Moll K, Wahlgren M, Wixforth A, Westerhausen C - Malar. J. (2016)

Bottom Line: The obtained results are compared with standardized manual analysis.Automated rosetting analyzer for micrographs analyses 25 cell objects per second reliably delivering identical results compared to manual analysis.The second, non-malaria specific, analysis mode of ARAM offers the functionality to detect arbitrary objects.

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Affiliation: Experimental Physics I, University of Augsburg, Universitätsstraße 1, Augsburg, Germany.

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ARAM results window. The ARAM results window gives the most important calculated values. The green button on the bottom left exports all data to a text file in the working directory. The histogram in the top right is a typical object size distribution from a 100 images dataset. Two peaks are apparent, the greater one marks the single cell size area
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Fig3: ARAM results window. The ARAM results window gives the most important calculated values. The green button on the bottom left exports all data to a text file in the working directory. The histogram in the top right is a typical object size distribution from a 100 images dataset. Two peaks are apparent, the greater one marks the single cell size area

Mentions: ARAM presents all determined parameters in a results window shown in Fig. 3, displaying numerical values for parasitaemia, rosetting rate and rosette size as well as bar charts for object size distribution and rosette size distribution in units of a single RBC cell size. All values in the following discussion are taken from ARAM results window or text export.Fig. 3


ARAM: an automated image analysis software to determine rosetting parameters and parasitaemia in Plasmodium samples.

Kudella PW, Moll K, Wahlgren M, Wixforth A, Westerhausen C - Malar. J. (2016)

ARAM results window. The ARAM results window gives the most important calculated values. The green button on the bottom left exports all data to a text file in the working directory. The histogram in the top right is a typical object size distribution from a 100 images dataset. Two peaks are apparent, the greater one marks the single cell size area
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Fig3: ARAM results window. The ARAM results window gives the most important calculated values. The green button on the bottom left exports all data to a text file in the working directory. The histogram in the top right is a typical object size distribution from a 100 images dataset. Two peaks are apparent, the greater one marks the single cell size area
Mentions: ARAM presents all determined parameters in a results window shown in Fig. 3, displaying numerical values for parasitaemia, rosetting rate and rosette size as well as bar charts for object size distribution and rosette size distribution in units of a single RBC cell size. All values in the following discussion are taken from ARAM results window or text export.Fig. 3

Bottom Line: The obtained results are compared with standardized manual analysis.Automated rosetting analyzer for micrographs analyses 25 cell objects per second reliably delivering identical results compared to manual analysis.The second, non-malaria specific, analysis mode of ARAM offers the functionality to detect arbitrary objects.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Experimental Physics I, University of Augsburg, Universitätsstraße 1, Augsburg, Germany.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus