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By Hamed Hatami-Marbini, Mohammad R. K. Mofrad (auth.), Amit Gefen (eds.)

This ebook describes those interesting new advancements, and provides experimental and computational findings that altogether describe the frontier of information in mobile and biomolecular mechanics, and the organic implications, in wellbeing and fitness and illness. The booklet is written for bioengineers with curiosity in mobile mechanics, for biophysicists, biochemists, clinical researchers and all different pros with curiosity in how cells produce and reply to mechanical loads.

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Although no single sensory molecule has been identified specifically for the purpose of mechanotransduction (as has been identified for chemical stimuli, for example), mechanical stimuli in the cellular microenvironment including exogenous forces, physical properties of the ECM, and forces exerted through cell–cell adhesions have a significant effect on cell behavior. It has been shown that cells can sense external forces through a number of mechanisms, including primary cilia, stretch-modulated ion channels, nuclear lamina, the cytoskeleton, and matrix adhesions [53–55].

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