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Stress fiber growth and remodeling determines cellular morphomechanics under uniaxial cyclic stretch

bioRxiv

Apr 29, 2019

Aritra ChatterjeeNamrata Gundiah

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Stress fibers in the cytoskeleton are essential in maintaining cellular shape, and influence their adhesion and migration. Cyclic uniaxial stretching results in cellular reorientation orthogonal to the applied stretch direction via a strain avoidance reaction; the mechanistic cues in ce...read more

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Stress fiber growth and remodeling determines cellular morphomechanics under uniaxial cyclic stretch

bioRxiv

Apr 29, 2019

Aritra ChatterjeeNamrata Gundiah

DOI: 10.1101/622092

Abstract

Stress fibers in the cytoskeleton are essential in maintaining cellular shape, and influence their adhesion and migration. Cyclic uniaxial stretching results in cellular reorientation orthogonal to the applied stretch direction via a strain avoidance reaction; the mechanistic cues in ce...read more

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Study
Continuity of Patient Care
Cyclic Peptides
Actins
Mechanotransduction, Cellular
Microtubules
Cellularization
Innate Bone Remodeling
Arterial Stiffness
Fiber
7
4

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