Printing of stretchable silk membranes for strain measurements.

@article{Ling2016PrintingOS,
  title={Printing of stretchable silk membranes for strain measurements.},
  author={Shengjie Ling and Qiuliu Zhang and David L. Kaplan and Fiorenzo G Omenetto and Markus J Buehler and Zhao Qin},
  journal={Lab on a chip},
  year={2016},
  volume={16 13},
  pages={
          2459-66
        }
}
Quantifying the deformation of biological tissues under mechanical loading is crucial to understand its biomechanical response in physiological conditions and important for designing materials and treatments for biomedical applications. However, strain measurements for biological tissues subjected to large deformations and humid environments are challenging for conventional methods due to several limitations such as strain range, boundary conditions, surface bonding and biocompatibility. Here… CONTINUE READING
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