Publications using Biomedisa

The following publications used Biomedisa for image segmentation. Please get in touch with us if your publication is missing.


  • Richter, A., Schoeters, E. & Billen, J. Morphology and closing mechanism of the mandibular gland orifice in ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). J. Morphol. (2021).
  • Richter, A. et al. The head anatomy of Protanilla lini (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Leptanillinae), with a hypothesis of their mandibular movement. Myrmecol. News 31, 85-114 (2021).
  • Engelkes, K. Accuracy of bone segmentation and surface generation strategies analyzed by using synthetic CT volumes. J. Anat. (2021).
  • Buvinic, S. et al. Muscle-Bone Crosstalk in the Masticatory System: From Biomechanical to Molecular Interactions. Front. Endocrinol 11, 606947 (2021).
  • Bemmann, M. et al. Movement analysis of primate molar teeth under load using synchrotron X-ray microtomography. J. Struct. Biol. 213, 107658 (2021).
  • 2020

  • Richter, A. et al. Comparative analysis of worker head anatomy of Formica and Brachyponera (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Arthropod Syst Phylo. 78, 133-170 (2020).
  • Gutiérrez, Y., David, O. & Scherber, C. Direct and indirect effects of plant diversity and phenoxy herbicide application on the development and reproduction of a polyphagous herbivore. Sci. Rep. 10, 7300 (2020).
  • Buser, T.J. et al. The natural historian’s guide to the CT galaxy: step-by-step instructions for preparing and analyzing computed tomographic (CT) data using cross-platform, open access software. Integr. Comp. Biol. obaa009 (2020).
  • 2019

  • Balanta-Melo, J. et al. Masseter muscle atrophy impairs bone quality of the mandibular condyle but not the alveolar process early after induction. J. Oral Rehabil. 46, 233-241 (2019).
  • 2018

  • Balanta-Melo, J., Bemmann, M., Toro-Ibacache, V., Kupczik, K. & Buvinic, S. Three-dimensional assessment of enamel and dentine in mouse molar teeth during masseter muscle hypofunction. Rev. Estomatol. 26, 30-37 (2018).
  • Mikó, I. et al. Revision of Trassedia (Hymenoptera: Ceraphronidae), an Evolutionary Relict With an Unusual Distribution. Insect Syst. Divers. 2, 1-29 (2018).
  • Weinhardt, W. et al. Quantitative morphometric analysis of adult teleost fish by X-ray computed tomography. Sci. Rep. 8, 16531 (2018).
  • van de Kamp, T. et al. Parasitoid biology preserved in mineralized fossils. Nat. Commun. 9, 3325 (2018).
  • Mikó, I. et al. A new megaspilid wasp from Eocene Baltic amber (Hymenoptera: Ceraphronoidea), with notes on two non-ceraphronoid families: Radiophronidae and Stigmaphronidae. PeerJ 6, e5174 (2018).
  • 2017

  • Schmelzle, S. et al. The NOVA project: maximizing beam time efficiency through synergistic analyses of SRμCT data. In Proc. SPIE 103910, 103910P (2017).
  • Lösel, P. & Heuveline, V. A GPU Based Diffusion Method for Whole-Heart and Great Vessel Segmentation, in Reconstruction, Segmentation, and Analysis of Medical Images. RAMBO 2016, HVSMR 2016 (eds Zuluaga, M., Bhatia, K., Kainz, B., Moghari, M. & Pace, D.) 121-128 (Springer, Cham, 2017).
  • 2016

  • Lösel, P. & Heuveline, V. Enhancing a diffusion algorithm for 4D image segmentation using local information. In Proc. SPIE 9784, 97842L (2016).