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In this study, tissue scaffolds are seeded with cells of interest so that the effects of environmental factors, such as temperature and stretch on cell structure and function can be studied.
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In turn, gut wall stretch due to these contractions or distention from contents alters the ion channel function, leading to changes in contractions.
The team helps manage the center's direction and strategies and provides support for research activities that stretch across all three of Mayo Clinic's campuses in Arizona, Florida and Minnesota.
The hearts in pick embryos manifest weak cardiac contractility, thin and stretched myocardial cell morphology, and significantly reduced ventricular pressure, like people with dilated cardiomyopathy.
Mechanoreceptors are specialized nerve endings which respond to mechanical stimuli such as pressure, compression, and stretch.
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