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High-bandwidth AFM-based rheology reveals that cartilage is most sensitive to high loading rates at early stages of impairment.

High-bandwidth AFM-based rheology reveals that cartilage is most sensitive to high loading rates at early stages of impairment. Biophys J. 2013 Apr 02; 104(7):1529-37.

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