Response of mammalian cells to shear stress
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The influence of shear forces on adherent mammalian cells was investigated by means of a developed flow chamber. The viability of the cells decreased with increasing exposure level and duration. Additional, changes in the morphology of the cells due to the shear forces were observed.
KeywordsShear Stress Mammalian Cell Shear Force Exposure Level Flow Chamber
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