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Exploring the Role of Mechanical Forces and the Potential of Nanoindentation for Monitoring and Accelerating the Healing Process

Wounds arise from various causes, including surgery, injury, extrinsic factors (e.g., pressure, burns, and cuts), or illnesses like diabetes and vascular diseases 1. Mechanical forces play an essential role in wound healing. The wound site’s mechanical environment affects cell activity and the quality of wound healing 2. Defects involving healing tissue result in fibrotic scars […]

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Cell mechanical properties as a new biomarker for cancer

Cancer is among the leading causes of death worldwide, accounting for nearly 10 million deaths in 2020, or almost one in six. The most common causes of cancer death in 2022 were lung (1.80 million deaths), colon and rectum (916.000 deaths), liver (830.000 deaths), stomach (769.000 deaths), and breast (685.000 deaths).  Cancer arises from the

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Published articles (2022) endorse Optics11 Life’s unique technology.

https://www.optics11life.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/ENGINEERED-MARBLE-LIKE-BOVINE-FAT-TISSUE.mp4 Written by Fabiany Da Costa Gonçalves and illustrated by Yashjit Gangopadhyay Studies on the mechanobiology of cells, spheroids, organoids, tissues, and biomaterials are developing rapidly using our Chiaro, Piuma, and Pavone Nanoindenters. Most studies have investigated diseases and new therapies in regenerative medicine. More than 400 publications have cited Optics11 Life Nanoindenters in leading

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