Franck Carenzi

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The arterial wall has generally been considered as noncompressible in in vitro studies. However, compressibility of the arterial wall (CAW) has never been studied in vivo in humans. Large interstitial proteoglycans play a major role in sustaining the compression generated by pulsatile forces. The aims of the present study were to develop an experimental(More)
In recent years, advances and improvements in engineering and robotics have been strengthening interactions between biological science and robotics in the goal of mimicking the complexity of biological systems. In this paper, motor control paradigms inspired by human mechanisms of sensory-motor coordination are applied to a biologically-inspired,(More)
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