Volume 42, Issue 21, November 2007

Nano- and micromechanical properties of hierarchical biological materials: Linking mechanics, chemistry and biology; Guest Editor: Markus J. Buehler

ISSN: 0022-2461 (Print) 1573-4803 (Online)

In this issue (41 articles)

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    Nano- and micromechanical properties of hierarchical biological materials

    Nano- and micromechanical properties of hierarchical biological materials and tissues

    Markus J. Buehler Pages 8765-8770
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    Nanomechanics and Raman spectroscopy of fibrillin 2 knock-out mouse bones

    N. B. Kavukcuoglu, E. Arteaga-Solis, S. Lee-Arteaga Pages 8788-8794
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    Mechanics of molecular collagen is influenced by hydroxyapatite in natural bone

    Rahul Bhowmik, Kalpana S. Katti, Dinesh R. Katti Pages 8795-8803
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    A continuum model for remodeling in living structures

    Ellen Kuhl, Gerhard A. Holzapfel Pages 8811-8823
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    Stretching a stiff polymer in a tube

    Jizeng Wang, Huajian Gao Pages 8838-8843
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    Atomistic-mesoscale coupled mechanical analysis of polymeric nanofibers

    V. U. Unnikrishnan, G. U. Unnikrishnan, J. N. Reddy Pages 8844-8852
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    Tubulin: from atomistic structure to supramolecular mechanical properties

    Marco A. Deriu, Søren Enemark, Monica Soncini Pages 8864-8872
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    Analysis of deformation coupled surface remodeling in porous biomaterials

    Partha Ganguly, Franz-Josef Ulm Pages 8873-8884
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    Effects of contact shape on biological wet adhesion

    Yewang Su, Baohua Ji, Yonggang Huang, Kehchih Hwang Pages 8885-8893
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    Multiscale model of electronic behavior and localization in stretched dry DNA

    Ryan L. Barnett, Paul Maragakis, Ari Turner, Maria Fyta Pages 8894-8903
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    An lower bound on receptor density for stable cell adhesion due to thermal undulations

    Yuan Lin, L. B. Freund Pages 8904-8910
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    Fracture and repair of bone: a multiscale problem

    David Taylor Pages 8911-8918
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    Nano- and micromechanical properties of hierarchical biological materials

    Insights into whole bone and tooth function using optical metrology

    Ron Shahar, Steve Weiner Pages 8919-8933
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    Synergistic effects of metals and oxidants in the curing of marine mussel adhesive

    Lauren M. Hight, Jonathan J. Wilker Pages 8934-8942
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    Mechanics of the hysteretic large strain behavior of mussel byssus threads

    Katia Bertoldi, Mary C. Boyce Pages 8943-8956
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    The micro-structural strain response of tendon

    Vinton W. T. Cheng, Hazel R. C. Screen Pages 8957-8965
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