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A 2D constrained mixture model for arterial adaptations to large changes in flow, pressure and axial stretch

“A Stretch of Time”

523 A stretch-specific gene expression pattern in cardiomyocytes

Abnormal development of biceps brachii phasic stretch reflex and persistence of short latency heteronymous reflexes from biceps to triceps brachii in spastic cerebral palsy.

Acetylcholine stimulated dilatation and stretch induced myogenic constriction in mesenteric artery of rats with chronic heart failure

Achilles stretch

active assisted stretching

active assisted stretching

active stretching

active stretching

Acute stretch effects on atrial electrophysiology

adductor stretch

Adenovirus-Mediated Expression of Mutant DRPLA Proteins with Expanded Polyglutamine Stretches in Neuronally Differentiated PC12 Cells. Preferential Intranuclear Aggregate Formation and Apoptosis

Alanine-stretch scanning mutagenesis: a simple and efficient method to probe protein structure and function

Amplified stretch of bottlebrush-coated DNA in nanofluidic channels

Angiotensin II and myosin light-chain phosphorylation contribute to the stretch-induced slow force response in human atrial myocardium

Application of single molecule technology to rapidly map long DNA and study the conformation of stretched DNA

arm stretch

arm stretch

3.3 Atrial stretch evidences in patients with lone paroxystmal atrial fibrillation

Autonomy, Autoimmunity, and the Stretch Limo

back and leg stretch

back and leg stretch

back scratcher stretch

back scratcher stretch

ballistic stretching

ballistic stretching

ballistic stretching

Behavior of DNA fibers stretched by precise meniscus motion control

BIOLOGY, FRUIT FLIES, AND HUMANS: CAN EXTENDED LONGEVITY STRETCH FROM ONE TO THE OTHER?

 

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A linear deformation of tissue that increases its length. Exercises involving muscle stretching are performed to maintain or improve flexibility. See also ballistic stretching, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation, static stretching.

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