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Clare Thompson and Megan McFie publish chapter in new mechanobiology book.

6 December 2019

Mechanobiology : From Molecular Sensing to Disease
Mechanobiology : From Molecular Sensing to Disease
Clare Thompson and Megan Mcfie have helped write a chapter on primary cilia mechanobiology in an excellent new book entitled Mechanobiology : From Molecular Sensing to Disease. The chapter reviews the role of primary cilia in mechanosignalling in a variety of tissues and the effect of mechanical forces on cilia structure and function. Clare is an experienced post doc and Megan is a PhD student, and both work in Martin Knight's primary cilia and mechanobiology research group.
https://www.bookdepository.com/Mechanobiology-Glen-L-Niebur/...
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