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August 28th, 2007
Nanoscale system to measure cellular forces
University of Pennsylvania researchers have designed a nanoscale system to observe and measure how individual cells react to external forces.
By combining microfabricated cantilevers and magnetic nanowire technology to create independent, nanoscale sensors, the study showed that cells respond to outside forces and demonstrated a dynamic biological relationship between cells and their environment.
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