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Mechanosensitivity in Cells and Tissues

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Mechanosensitivity in Cells and Tissues
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Publisher: Academia Publishing House Ltd.
ISBN/ASIN: 5769525908
ISBN-13: 9785769525902

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The rapidly growing cache of knowledge, which has to a considerable extent been generated by the authors themselves, has not only provided us with new, detailed insights into the function of mechanosensitivity in diverse tissues and organs, but has also displayed the potential therapeutic possibilities that arise from this understanding.

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