Schematic of an aspiration test shown as a section through the center of the pipette.
figureposted on 2017-09-29, 17:31 authored by Christine Miller Buffinton, Alyssa K. Benjamin, Ashley N. Firment, Anne M. Moon
The tissue is aspirated to a length L at the pipette centerline. Here ri is pipette inner radius, ro is pipette outer radius, and Δp is the aspiration pressure.
outflow tract formation3 D reconstructionsRVtruncus arteriosus Background GeneticConcurrent biomechanical forcesOFTblood flowpipette aspiration techniquePTAcauses tissue-level biomechanical abnormalitiestissue-level biomechanical propertiesmouse modelgenetic-morphogenetic-biomechanical feedback loopMyocardial wall stiffeningLV