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Table of Contents 1. Introduction and the Biological Basis for Cell Mechanics; by Roger Kamm and Mohammed K. Mofrad 2. Experimental measurements of intracellular mechanics; by Paul Janmey and Christoph Schmidt 3. The cytoskeleton as a soft glassy material; by Jeffrey Fredberg and Ben Fabry 4. Continuum elastic or viscoelastic models for the cell; by Roger Kamm, Mohammed K. Mofrad, and Helene Karcher 5. Multiphasic Models of Cell Mechanics; by Farshid Guuilak, Mansoor A. Haider, Lori A. Setton, Tod A. Laursen, and Frank P.T. Baaijens 6. Models of Cytoskeletal Mechanics based on Tensegrity; by Dimitrije Stamenovic 7. Cells, Gels and Mechanics; by Gerald H. Pollack 8. Polymer-based Models of Cytoskeletal Networks; by F.C. MacKintosh 9. Cell Dynamics and the Actin Cytoskeleton; by James L. McGrath and C. Forbes Dewey, Jr. 10. Active Cellular Motion: Continuum Theories and Models; by Marc Herant and Micah Dembo
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Cytoskeleton -- Mechanical properties.