Force transmission by nonlinear biomaterials

We are very pleased to announce the Soft Matter special collection on Force transmission by nonlinear biomaterials.

 

This collection focuses on a wide variety of non-linear mechanical phenomena in biological contexts and how they arise from the underlying fibrous structure of different biomaterials. The Guest Editors for this collection are:

  • Professor Yair Shokef (Tel Aviv University, Israel)
  • Professor Xiaoming Mao (University of Michigan, USA)

 

All of the articles are FREE to access until 24 January 2022

 

Read the following selection of articles from the collection:

 

Quantifying the link between local structure and cellular rearrangements using information in models of biological tissues
By Indrajit Tah, Tristan Sharp, Andrea Liu and Daniel Sussman

 

 

 

 

Harnessing biomimetic cryptic bonds to form self-reinforcing gels
By Santidan Biswas, Victor Yashin and Anna Balazs

  

 

 

 

 

 

Viscoelasticity of 3D actin networks dictated by the mechanochemical characteristics of cross-linkers
By X. Wei, C. Fang, B. Gong, J. Yao, J. Qian and Y. Lin

 

 

 

 

 

Inverse method based on 3D nonlinear physically constrained minimisation in the framework of traction force microscopy
By J. A. Sanz-Herrera, J. Barrasa-Fano, M. Cóndor and H. Van Oosterwyck

 

 

 

 

 

Read the full collection here

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