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Role of extracellular matrix assembly in interstitial transport in solid tumors.
Solid stress inhibits the growth of multicellular tumor spheroids.
Solid stress generated by spheroid growth estimated using a linear poroelasticity model.
Micro-environmental mechanical stress controls tumor spheroid size and morphology by suppressing proliferation and inducing apoptosis in cancer cells.
Effect of red blood cell rigidity on tumor blood flow: increase in viscous resistance during hyperglycemia.
Erythrocytes enhance lymphocyte rolling and arrest in vivo.
Solid stress facilitates spheroid formation: potential involvement of hyaluronan.
Mechanical compression drives cancer cells toward invasive phenotype.
Causes, consequences, and remedies for growth-induced solid stress in murine and human tumors.
Analysis of cell flux in the parallel plate flow chamber: implications for cell capture studies.
Angiotensin inhibition enhances drug delivery and potentiates chemotherapy by decompressing tumour blood vessels.
The role of mechanical forces in tumor growth and therapy.
Integrative Biology of Tumor Metastasis
Quantifying solid stress and elastic energy from excised or in situ tumors.
In vivo compression and imaging in mouse brain to measure the effects of solid stress.