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* The development of [http://mitobo.informatik.uni-halle.de/index.php/Applications/PaCeQuant PaCeQuant], the [http://mitobo.informatik.uni-halle.de/index.php/Applications/CytoskeletonAnalyzer2D CytoskeletonAnalyzer2D] and several other tools and operators have greatly profited from the image acquisition and user feedback as well as the overall intense scientific support of the group of [https://www.ipb-halle.de/en/employee/katharina-buerstenbinder/ Dr. Katharina Bürstenbinder], [https://www.ipb-halle.de/en/research/molecular-signal-processing/ Department of Molecular Signal Processing], [https://www.ipb-halle.de/en/ Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry], Halle (Saale), Germany.<br/><br/>
 
* We thank [https://www.idiv.de/de/gruppen_und_personen/mitarbeiterinnen/mitarbeiterdetails/eshow/poeschl_yvonne.html Dr. Yvonne Pöschl-Grau], member of the [https://www.idiv.de/en/groups_and_people/central_management/bioinformatics_unit_biu.html Bioinformatics Unit (BIU)] of the [https://www.idiv.de/en.html German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) Halle-Jena-Leipzig], for close collaboration in developing [http://mitobo.informatik.uni-halle.de/index.php/Applications/PaCeQuant PaCeQuant].<br/><br/>
 
* We greatfully acknowledge [https://www.biologie.uni-halle.de/institutsbereich_pflanzenphys/ag_schattat/2678173_2678352/#anchor2691932 Dr. Martin Schattat], Plant Organelle Shape and Dynamics Lab, [https://www.biologie.uni-halle.de/institutsbereich_pflanzenphys/ Institute of Plant Physiology], Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, for the close collaboration, scientific support, image acquisition and comprehensive user feedback during the development of the MTBCellCounter and various other plant cell related operators.<br/><br/>
 
* Many thanks to the workgroup of Prof. Dr. Stefan Hüttelmaier ([http://www.medizin.uni-halle.de/index.php?id=326&L=1 Division for Molecular Cell Biology]) of the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg) for their scientific support and image acquisition.<br/><br/>
 
* MiToBo builds on top of [https://imagej.net/Welcome ImageJ] and [https://fiji.sc/ Fiji] and takes great benefit from the infrastructure and very active community of theses tools. Hence, a big thanks goes to the ImageJ/Fiji development team around Wayne Rasband, Curtis Rueden and all the others for their never ending efforts to steadily push forward the tools.<br/><br/>
 
* We thank the [http://www.eclipse.org Eclipse Foundation] for developing the Eclipse IDE, which greatly accelerates the development of MiToBo.<br/><br/>
 
== Active MiToBo maintainers and core developers ==
* Stefan Posch
* Birgit Möller
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== Former members of the development team ==
* Markus Glaß
* Oliver Greß
* Danny Misiak

Latest revision as of 16:11, 29 May 2020


  • We greatfully acknowledge Dr. Martin Schattat, Plant Organelle Shape and Dynamics Lab, Institute of Plant Physiology, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, for the close collaboration, scientific support, image acquisition and comprehensive user feedback during the development of the MTBCellCounter and various other plant cell related operators.

  • Many thanks to the workgroup of Prof. Dr. Stefan Hüttelmaier (Division for Molecular Cell Biology) of the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg) for their scientific support and image acquisition.

  • MiToBo builds on top of ImageJ and Fiji and takes great benefit from the infrastructure and very active community of theses tools. Hence, a big thanks goes to the ImageJ/Fiji development team around Wayne Rasband, Curtis Rueden and all the others for their never ending efforts to steadily push forward the tools.

  • We thank the Eclipse Foundation for developing the Eclipse IDE, which greatly accelerates the development of MiToBo.

Active MiToBo maintainers and core developers

  • Stefan Posch
  • Birgit Möller


Former members of the development team

  • Markus Glaß
  • Oliver Greß
  • Danny Misiak