Hematological value references for free-living saffron finch (Sicalis flaveola) using a machine-learning-based classifier
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Sicalis flaveola, also known as saffron finch, has now become a species of interest to researchers and scholars in the area, due to illegal trade and the destruction of its natural habitat. Among the ways to evaluate cells, the automatic counting method through image cytometry has been highlighted. The present study aims to evaluate the image cytometry method as an alternative for use for data analysis tool.
KeywordsSicalis flaveola Image cytometry CellProfiler Machine learning
Compliance with ethical standards
The samples used are from a previous primary study which has been approved by the Animal Ethics Committee of the University of Vila Velha (no. 267/2013) and by the Authorization and Information System on Biodiversity (SISBIO) (20216-1).
Conflict of interest
The authors declare that they have no conflicts of interest.
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