May 23, 2014

Cellular mechanotransduction: sensing rigidity

Nature Materials
José R García, Andrés J García

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Mechanotransduction, Cellular
Integrins
Fibronectins
Integrin alphavbeta1
Vitronectin Receptors
Tumor Antigens
Integrin alphavbeta6

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