Introduction to mechanobiology

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Week 1Lecture 1: Need to study MechanobiologyLecture 2: Cell as a Tent, individual componentsLecture 3: Cell-ECM crosstalkLecture 4: ECM proteins: CollagenLecture 5: Measuring properties of collagen networks
Week 2Lecture 6: Properties of collagen networksLecture 7: RheologyLecture 8: Rheology of biopolymer networksLecture 9: Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM)Lecture 10: Design of protein constructs for AFM
Week 3Lecture 11: Protein unfolding using AFMLecture 12: Protein unfolding using AFMLecture 13: Focal adhesions: focal adhesion proteinsLecture 14: Focal adhesion organizationLecture 15: Focal adhesions: role of forces
Week 4Lecture 16: Cytoskeleton: ActinLecture 17: Force-velocity relationships of actin networksLecture 18: Mesenchymal cell migrationLecture 19: Actin dynamics during mesenchymal migrationLecture 20: Actin dynamics during mesenchymal migration
Week 5Lecture 21: Adhesion Independent MigrationLecture 22: Adhesion Independent & Collective Cell MigrationLecture 23: Collective Cell MigrationLecture 24: Mechanobiology of Stem Cell Fate - ILecture 25: Mechanobiology of Stem Cell Fate - II
Week 6Lecture 26: Mechanobiology of Stem Cell Fate - IIILecture 27: Mechanobiology of Diseases: Cancer ILecture 28: Mechanobiology of Diseases: Cancer IILecture 29: Mechanobiology of Diseases: Cancer IIILecture 30: Mechanobiology of Diseases: Atherosclerosis & Hypertension
Week 7Lecture 31: Mechanobiology of Diseases: Muscular DystrophyLecture 32: Nuclear Mechanotransduction: LINC complexLecture 33: Nuclear Mechanotransduction: LINC complex in cell migrationLecture 34: Nuclear Mechanotransduction: Gene regulationLecture 35: Mechanical Forces & DNA damage
Week 8Lecture 36: Techniques in Mechanobiology: HydrogelsLecture 37: Techniques in Mechanobiology: AFMLecture 38: Techniques in Mechanobiology: Traction Force Microscopy, Trypson Deadhesion & Laser AblationLecture 39: Techniques in Mechanobiology: MicrofabricationLecture 40: Techniques in Mechanobiology: FRE