Collaborators' creation reveals how mechanical forces control genes
A LeDuc/Minden collaboration in mesofluidics--a medium-sized twist on microfluidics--was featured on the cover of the journal Lab on a Chip. The research team merged expertise in biomechanics, biology, and engineering to develop a new device.
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