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The extracellular matrix viscoelasticity as a regulator of cell and tissue dynamics

Year: 2023
First Author: Iuliano
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Lem2 is essential for cardiac development by maintaining nuclear integrity

Year: 2023
First Author: Ross
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Nuclear damage in LMNA mutant iPSC-derived cardiomyocytes is associated with impaired lamin localization to the nuclear envelope

Year: 2023
First Author: Wallace
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Local tissue mechanics control cardiac pacemaker cell embryonic patterning

Year: 2023
First Author: Henley
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A highly versatile biopolymer-based platform for the maturation of human pluripotent stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes enables functional analysis in vitro and 3D printing of heart patches

Year: 2023
First Author: Fisher
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Reducing retraction in engineered tissues through design of sequential growth factor treatment

Year: 2023
First Author: Lei
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Electrically conductive 3D printed Ti3C2Tx MXene-PEG composite constructs for cardiac tissue engineering

Year: 2022
First Author: Basara
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Extracellular stiffness induces contractile dysfunction in adult cardiomyocytes via cell-autonomous and microtubule-dependent mechanisms

Year: 2022
First Author: Vite
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Desmin intermediate filaments and tubulin detyrosination stabilize growing microtubules in the cardiomyocyte

Year: 2022
First Author: Salomon
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Simultaneous assessment of radial and axial myocyte mechanics by combining atomic force microscopy and carbon fibre techniques

Year: 2022
First Author: Peyronnet
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In Situ and Quantitative Monitoring of Cardiac Tissues Using Programmable Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy

Year: 2022
First Author: Li
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Mechanical response of cardiac microtissues to acute localized injury

Year: 2022
First Author: Das
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