Supplementary material from "Characterizing the shape patterns of dimorphic yeast pseudohyphae"
Published on 2018-10-10T11:00:44Z (GMT) by
Pseudohyphal growth of the dimorphic yeast <i>Saccharomyces cerevisiae</i> is analysed using two-dimensional top-down binary images. The colony morphology is characterized using clustered shape primitives (CSPs), which are learned automatically from the data and thus do not require a list of predefined features or <i>a priori</i> knowledge of the shape. The power of CSPs is demonstrated through the classification of pseudohyphal yeast colonies known to produce different morphologies. The classifier categorizes the yeast colonies considered with an accuracy of 0.969 and standard deviation 0.041, demonstrating that CSPs capture differences in morphology, while CSPs are found to provide greater discriminatory power than spatial indices previously used to quantify pseudohyphal growth. The analysis demonstrates that CSPs provide a promising avenue for analysing morphology in high-throughput assays.
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Gontar, Amelia; Bottema, Murk J.; J. Binder, Benjamin; Tronnolone, Hayden (2018): Supplementary material from "Characterizing the shape patterns of dimorphic yeast pseudohyphae". The Royal Society. Collection.