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Lem2 is essential for cardiac development by maintaining nuclear integrity

Year: 2023
First Author: Ross
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DNA methyltransferase 1 deficiency improves macrophage motility and wound healing by ameliorating cholesterol accumulation

Year: 2023
First Author: Zhao
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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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Reliable, standardized measurements for cell mechanical properties

Year: 2023
First Author: Pérez-Domínguez
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Action of the general anaesthetic isoflurane reveals coupling between viscoelasticity and electrophysiological activity in individual neurons

Year: 2023
First Author: Adam
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Characterizing mechanical properties of epithelial monolayers based on indentation

Year: 2023
First Author: Li
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Nanotopography reveals metabolites that maintain the immunomodulatory phenotype of mesenchymal stromal cells

Year: 2023
First Author: Ross
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Spontaneous formation and spatial self-organization of mechanically induced mesenchymal-like cells within geometrically confined cancer cell monolayers

Year: 2022
First Author: Lin
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Magneto-mechanical system to reproduce and quantify complex strain patterns in biological materials

Year: 2022
First Author: Moreno-Mateos
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Cortical tension regulates desmosomal morphogenesis

Year: 2022
First Author: Moch
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Arrested coalescence of multicellular aggregates

Year: 2022
First Author: Oriola
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Fatigue of red blood cells under periodic squeezes in ECMO

Year: 2022
First Author: Pan
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