PSRT stands for Progressive Stochastic Reconstruction Technique and was introduced in Turonova et al., J. Struct. Biol. 189, 195-206 (2015). It is a novel approach to 3D reconstruction out of 2D projections in Cryo Electron Tomography (CryoET) which proposes to reconstruct 3D scattering potential of a specimen using Monte Carlo random walks and Metropolis-Hastings sampling strategy. Although designed to match specific properties of CryoET, the method can be used for any tomographic reconstruction.
- ⚬ Coarse-to-fine reconstruction
- ⚬ Enhanced contrast
- ⚬ Significant noise reduction
- ⚬ Improvement of automatic template-based localization
- ⚬ Importance Sampling
- ⚬ Region-of-interest reconstruction within tomogram
- ⚬ Memory Efficient Solution for Interior Problem (MESIP)
PSRT Tomography update
September 03, 2015
The region-of-interests can be now specified also by using binary mask. See User Guide for more details.
PSRT Tomography website was launched
August 26, 2015
The website psrt-tomography.org was launched today with precompiled binaries for Windows (64 bit) to download.