NOC:Introduction to Mechanobiology


Lecture 1 - Need to Study Mechanobiology


Lecture 2 - Cell as a Tent, Individual Components


Lecture 3 - Cell-ECM Crosstalk


Lecture 4 - ECM Proteins: Collagen


Lecture 5 - Measuring Properties of Collagen Networks


Lecture 6 - Properties of Collagen Networks


Lecture 7 - Rheology


Lecture 8 - Rheology of Biopolymer Networks


Lecture 9 - Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM)


Lecture 10 - Design of Protein Constructs for AFM


Lecture 11 - Protein Unfolding using AFM


Lecture 12 - Protein Unfolding using AFM


Lecture 13 - Focal Adhesions: Focal Adhesion Proteins


Lecture 14 - Focal Adhesion Organization


Lecture 15 - Focal Adhesions: Role of Forces


Lecture 16 - Cytoskeleton: Actin


Lecture 17 - Force-velocity Relationships of Actin Networks


Lecture 18 - Mesenchymal Cell Migration


Lecture 19 - Actin Dynamics during Mesenchymal Migration


Lecture 20 - Actin Dynamics during Mesenchymal Migration


Lecture 21 - Adhesion Independent Migration


Lecture 22 - Adhesion Independent and Collective Cell Migration


Lecture 23 - Collective Cell Migration


Lecture 24 - Mechanobiology of Stem Cell Fate - I


Lecture 25 - Mechanobiology of Stem Cell Fate - II


Lecture 26 - Mechanobiology of Stem Cell Fate - III


Lecture 27 - Mechanobiology of Diseases: Cancer - I


Lecture 28 - Mechanobiology of Diseases: Cancer - II


Lecture 29 - Mechanobiology of Diseases: Cancer - III


Lecture 30 - Mechanobiology of Diseases: Atherosclerosis and Hypertension


Lecture 31 - Mechanobiology of Diseases: Muscular Dystrophy


Lecture 32 - Nuclear Mechanotransduction: LINC complex


Lecture 33 - Nuclear Mechanotransduction: LINC Complex in Cell Migration


Lecture 34 - Nuclear Mechanotransduction: Gene Regulation


Lecture 35 - Mechanical Forces and DNA damage


Lecture 36 - Techniques in Mechanobiology: Hydrogels


Lecture 37 - Techniques in Mechanobiology: AFM


Lecture 38 - Techniques in Mechanobiology: Traction Force Microscopy, Trypson Deadhesion and Laser Ablation


Lecture 39 - Techniques in Mechanobiology: Microfabrication


Lecture 40 - Techniques in Mechanobiology: FRET