The DCellIQ (Dynamic Cell Image Quantitator) software package is developed by the Center for Bioengineering and Informatics at the Houston Methodist Research Institute with a large part of the development effort was done while CBI group was part of the Harvard Center for Neurodegeneration and Repair, Harvard Medical School and is designed in close collaboration with Dr. Randall W. King's Laboratory at Department of Cell Biology, Harvard Medical School. The software aims to provide an automated pipeline for quantitative, reproducible and accurate interpretation of cell dynamic behaviors using time-lapse cellular images. 

DCellIQ is an automated tool with several parameters being set before the processing. Thus, it is well suitable for batch processing large image dataset with little human interference. Manual editing function is provided in DCELLIQ. The user can upload the processed images and check or change the result manually after the automated processing. 

The cell segmentation, tracking, cellular features, and phase identification results are stored in matlab .mat files and Excel files. Currently, the software provides functions of automated cell segmentation, tracking, feature extraction, and phase identification.

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