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Quantifying 3D tissue kinematics though second harmonic generation microscopy of skin during mechanical loading

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Abstract

Second harmonic generation microscopy was used to understand the micro-scale kinematic response of mouse skin under tensile loading. A substantial decrease in local tissue volume and non-affine 3D fiber kinematics were observed.

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