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In this paper, we present a complete and novel workflow for quantitative nuclear feature analysis of glioblastoma using high-throughput whole-slide microscopy image processing as it relates to treatment response and patient survival. With a complete suite of computer algorithms, large numbers of micro-anatomical structures, in this case nuclei, are analyzed and represented efficiently from whole-slide digitized images with numerical features. With regard to endpoints of treatment response, thedoi:10.1109/iembs.2011.6089903 pmid:22254257 pmcid:PMC3292262 dblp:conf/embc/KongCMWKSB11 fatcat:7exrpb4slzdshdps4inb5w2rla