Cardiac valves perform highly sophisticated functions that depend upon the specific characteristics of the component interstitial cells (ICs). The ability of valve ICs to contribute to these functions may be related to the generation of different types of tension within the valve structure. The study aim was to characterize cellular morphology and the forces generated by valve ICs and to compare this with morphology and forces generated by other cell types.
The cellular basis of the Frank-Starling "Law of the Heart" is the length-dependence of activation, but the mechanisms by which the sarcomere detects length changes and converts this information to altered calcium sensitivity has remained elusive. Here the effect of titin-based passi...
We investigate streaming instability using two-fluid approximation (neutral
Gas and dust) in a quasi-global, unstratified protoplanetary disk, with the
Help of PIERNIK code. We compare amplification rate of the eigen-mode in
Numerical simulations, with the corresponding growth resulting from the lin...
We propose a method to characterize and classify complex networks based on
The time series generated by random walks and different node properties. The
Analysis of the fluctuations of the time series reveals the presence of
Long-range correlations, and allows to define, for each network, a set of
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