In a consecutive segmentation step, we apply watershed [18,19]–a widely used segmentation algorithm–to add a label to each individual object separated from the background [15,16,2022]. These objects include single nuclei, overlapping/touching nuclei, nuclei clusters, nuclei during cell division, as well as image artefacts such as weak fluorescence signal or other artefacts from imaging or culturing cells.

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