Spatial analysis of structure of porous collagen cell supports

Research team: CT Image Processing

Start date: 2014

Finish date: 2018

Funding agency: CEITEC

The research deals with the systematic use of image data analysis methods. Since the pore size and their interconnectivity generally characterize the dynamics of the flow of fluids (i.e., blood, cells) in the carrier and thus have an effect on the settlement rate of these scaffolds. The main output should be the algorithm for 3D assessment of pore size and scaffold segments, while the algorithm created should allow comparison of the results obtained from different micro- and nano-CT measurements. Also, the definition of the basic measurement parameters to make the results comparable to each other should be determined.

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