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Concentration independent modulation of local micromechanics in a fibrin clot

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Optical tweezers active microrheology (AMR) probes microdomain mechanical properties in 3D engineered tissues. The application of a nonuniform strain field setups up distributed stiffness, measured by AMR, which yields differential cell phenotypes.

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