AI creates the first complex cell 3D map, which can accurately display intracellular lesions.

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 AI creates the first complex cell 3D map, which can accurately display intracellular lesions.


It is particularly difficult to observe exactly what happens inside a cell in a cell against a disease, which means it is difficult to know what to do to improve the patients condition. To more thoroughly observe the changes in individual cells, the Alan Institute researchers have created the first complex human cell 3D model with the help of artificial intelligence, which can accurately show how different parts and structures of a single cell are combined and worked. The 3D model shows what a typical human induced pluripotent stem cell (hiPSCs) looks like. In order to train artificial intelligence, researchers have scanned thousands of cells. Free online tools open to the public also provide 32 thousand 3D cell models for them. With that information, artificial intelligence creates a 3D model that predicts the most likely location of each cell or internal component. As long as the model gets a microscopic image, it can predict the possible location of these organelles in any new cell. The researchers also created a probability model with the aid of artificial intelligence. If the size and shape of the cell and the location of its nucleus were provided, the most likely location of the same organelles could be found. These models are very useful for doctors and scientists, because they can give us a better understanding of the effects of cancer and other diseases on individual cells. By putting the data and images of cancer cells into the artificial intelligence system, they can get more complex images and show how the cells and its independent parts are affected. This also means that doctors can tailor treatment to each patients illness. The Alan research team hopes that their tools will help medical research achieve popularization and provide medical services for areas with poor medical conditions. So researchers are improving it, hoping to create more complex models. They hope to get a wider database and create more cell models in the coming months. (passer by) this article source: NetEase science and technology report editor: Wang Fengzhi _NT2541 These models are very useful for doctors and scientists, because they can give us a better understanding of the effects of cancer and other diseases on individual cells. By putting the data and images of cancer cells into the artificial intelligence system, they can get more complex images and show how the cells and its independent parts are affected. This also means that doctors can tailor treatment to each patients illness. The Alan research team hopes that their tools will help medical research achieve popularization and provide medical services for areas with poor medical conditions. So researchers are improving it, hoping to create more complex models. They hope to get a wider database and create more cell models in the coming months. (passerby)