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A 3D High Resolution Generative Deep-learning Network for Fluorescence Microscopy Image

By Zhou Hang, Li Shiwei, Huang Qing, Liu Shijie, Quan Tingwei, Ruiyao Cai, Ali Ertürk, Zeng Shaoqun

Posted 22 Aug 2019
bioRxiv DOI: 10.1101/743179

Deep learning technology enables us acquire high resolution image from low resolution image in biological imaging free from sophisticated optical hardware. However, current methods require a huge number of the precisely registered low-resolution (LR) and high-resolution (HR) volume image pairs. This requirement is challengeable for biological volume imaging. Here, we proposed 3D deep learning network based on dual generative adversarial network (dual-GAN) framework for recovering HR volume images from LR volume images. Our network avoids learning the direct mappings from the LR and HR volume image pairs, which need precisely image registration process. And the cycle consistent network makes the predicted HR volume image faithful to its corresponding LR volume image. The proposed method achieves the recovery of 20x/1.0 NA volume images from 5x/0.16 NA volume images collected by light-sheet microscopy. In essence our method is suitable for the other imaging modalities.

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