Citing cellfinder


If you find cellfinder useful, and use it in your research, please cite the preprint outlining the cell detection algorithm:
Tyson, A. L., Rousseau, C. V., Niedworok, C. J., Keshavarzi, S., Tsitoura, C., Cossell, L., Strom, M. and Margrie, T. W. (2021) “A deep learning algorithm for 3D cell detection in whole mouse brain image datasets’ PLOS Computational Biology, 17(5), e1009074


If you use the image registration parts of cellfinder, please cite brainreg:
Tyson, A. L., Vélez-Fort, M., Rousseau, C. V., Cossell, L., Tsitoura, C., Lenzi, S. C., Obenhaus, H. A., Claudi, F., Branco, T., Margrie, T. W. (2022) “Accurate determination of marker location within whole-brain microscopy images’ Scientific Reports.
Please also cite aMAP (the original pipeline from which the registration software is based):
Niedworok, C.J., Brown, A.P.Y., Jorge Cardoso, M., Osten, P., Ourselin, S., Modat, M., and Margrie, T.W., (2016). AMAP is a validated pipeline for registration and segmentation of high-resolution mouse brain data. Nature Communications. 7, 1–9.
Lastly, if you can, please cite the BrainGlobe Atlas API that provided the atlas:
Claudi, F., Petrucco, L., Tyson, A. L., Branco, T., Margrie, T. W. and Portugues, R. (2020). BrainGlobe Atlas API: a common interface for neuroanatomical atlases. Journal of Open Source Software, 5(54), 2668,
Don't forget to cite the developers of the atlas that you used (e.g. the Allen Brain Atlas)