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Academic Article Filament turnover tunes both force generation and dissipation to control long-range flows in a model actomyosin cortex.
Academic Article Model for adhesion clutch explains biphasic relationship between actin flow and traction at the cell leading edge.
Academic Article Biophysics. Clutch dynamics.
Academic Article High resolution traction force microscopy based on experimental and computational advances.
Academic Article Living matter--nexus of physics and biology in the 21st century.
Academic Article Self-organization of myosin II in reconstituted actomyosin bundles.
Academic Article Stress-dependent elasticity of composite actin networks as a model for cell behavior.
Academic Article Liquid behavior of cross-linked actin bundles.
Academic Article Geometry regulates traction stresses in adherent cells.
Academic Article Filament rigidity and connectivity tune the deformation modes of active biopolymer networks.
Academic Article Model-based traction force microscopy reveals differential tension in cellular actin bundles.
Academic Article Moving beyond molecular mechanisms.
Academic Article Contractile units in disordered actomyosin bundles arise from F-actin buckling.
Academic Article Cell-substrate interactions.
Academic Article Force localization modes in dynamic epithelial colonies.
Academic Article Elastic behavior of cross-linked and bundled actin networks.
Academic Article Self-organizing motors divide active liquid droplets.
Academic Article Stress relaxation in F-actin solutions by severing.
Academic Article Mechanosensitive Junction Remodeling Promotes Robust Epithelial Morphogenesis.
Academic Article Adaptive viscoelasticity of epithelial cell junctions: from models to methods.

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