Dual-Cycle: Self-Supervised Dual-View Fluorescence Microscopy Image Reconstruction using CycleGAN
Three-dimensional fluorescence microscopy often suffers from anisotropy, where the resolution along the axial direction is lower than that within the lateral imaging plane. We address this issue by presenting Dual-Cycle, a new framework for joint deconvolution and fusion of dual-view fluorescence images. Inspired by the recent Neuroclear method, Dual-Cycle is designed as a cycle-consistent generative network trained in a self-supervised fashion by combining a dual-view generator and prior-guided degradation model. We validate Dual-Cycle on both synthetic and real data showing its state-of-the-art performance without any external training data.