C. Messaoudi, T. Boudier, C.O.S. Sorzano, S. Marco. TomoJ: tomography software for 3D reconstruction in transmission electron tomography. BMC Bioinformatics 8, 288 (2007)
Background: Transmission electron tomography is an increasingly common three-dimensional electron microscopy approach that can provide new insights into the structure of subcellular components. Transmission electron tomography fills the gap between high resolution structural methods (X-ray diffraction or nuclear magnetic resonance) and optical microscopy. We developed new software for transmission electron tomography, TomoJ. TomoJ is a plug-in for the now standard image analysis and processing software for optical microscopy, ImageJ.
Results: TomoJ provides a user-friendly interface for alignment, reconstruction, and combination of multiple tomographic volumes and includes the most recent algorithms for volume reconstructions used in three-dimensional electron microscopy (the algebraic reconstruction technique and simultaneous iterative reconstruction technique) as well as the commonly used approach of weighted back-projection.
Conclusion: The software presented in this work is specifically designed for electron
Software package, Electron Tomography