Investigating Mechanotransduction and Mechanosensitivity in Mammalian Cells

Zeinab Al-Rekabi
Living organisms are made up of a multitude of individual cells that are surrounded by biomolecules and fluids. It is well known that cells are highly regulated by biochemical signals; however it is now becoming clear that cells are also influenced by the mechanical forces and mechanical properties of the local microenvironment. Extracellular forces causing cellular deformation can originate from many sources, such as fluid shear stresses arising from interstitial or blood flow, mechanical stretching...
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