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by Mohammad R. K. Mofrad

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Mohammad R. K. Mofrad
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Cambridge University Press; Reprint edition (June 20, 2011)
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We propose two dynamic models to simulate cell deformation and puncture. In this study we analysed the SW480 and SW620 cytoskeleton remodelling by measuring the cells mechanics and morphological. The first approach is based on the assumptions that the mechanical response of living cells is mainly determined by the cytoskeleton and that the cytoskeleton is organized as a tensegrity structure including microfilaments, microtubules and intermediate filaments. Equivalent microtubules struts are represented with a linear mass-tensor finite element model and equivalent microfilaments and intermediate filaments with viscoelastic Kelvin-Voigt elements.

Models and Measurements in Cell Mechanics. This book presents a full spectrum of views on current approaches to modeling cell mechanics. Published online: 10 November 2009. Print publication: 04 September 2006. The authors come from the biophysics, bioengineering and physical chemistry communities and each joins the discussion with a unique perspective on biological systems.

This book presents a full spectrum of views on current approaches to modeling cell mechanics. The authors of this book come from the biophysics, bioengineering, and physical chemistry communities and each joins the discussion with a unique perspective on biological systems.

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Models and measurements. this book could fill a void in the area of cytoskeletal mechanics and might be useful

Models and measurements. this book could fill a void in the area of cytoskeletal mechanics and might be useful. as a text for courses taught specifically on the mechanics of a cell, or more broadly in. courses that cover a range of topics in biomechanics. In either case, our hope is that. this presentation might prove stimulating and educational to engineers, physicists, and biologists wishing to expand their understanding of the critical importance of. mechanics in cell function, and the various ways in which it might be understood. Finally, we wish to express our deepest gratitude to Peter Gordon and his colleagues.

this diversity, in part because of the complexity of the phenomena underlying the mechanical properties of the cell.

Studies reflect both the static, instantaneous nature of the structure as well as its dynamic nature due to polymerization and the full array of biological processes. It is unlikely that a single, unifying approach will evolve from this diversity, in part because of the complexity of the phenomena underlying the mechanical properties of the cell.

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Cytoskeletal mechanics: models and measurements in cell mechanics. MR Kaazempur-Mofrad, AG Isasi, HF Younis, RC Chan, DP Hinton,. Annals of biomedical engineering 32 (7), 932-946, 2004. Cambridge University Press, 2006. Hemodynamics and wall mechanics in human carotid bifurcation and its consequences for atherogenesis: investigation of inter-individual variation. Biomechanical properties of native and tissue engineered heart valve constructs. A Hasan, K Ragaert, W Swieszkowski, Š Selimović, A Paul, G Camci-Unal

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This book presents a full spectrum of views on current approaches to modeling cell mechanics. The authors of this book come from the biophysics, bioengineering, and physical chemistry communities and each joins the discussion with a unique perspective on biological systems. Consequently, the approaches range from finite element methods commonly used in continuum mechanics to models of the cytoskeleton as a cross-linked polymer network to models of glassy materials and gels. Studies reflect both the static, instantaneous nature of the structure, as well as its dynamic nature due to polymerization and the full array of biological processes. While it is unlikely that a single unifying approach will evolve from this diversity, it is our hope that a better appreciation of the various perspectives will lead to a highly coordinated approach to exploring the essential problems and better discussions among investigators with differing views.