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We present a new method for controllable loading of cell models in an ultrasonic (20 kHz) regime. The protocol is based on the inertial-based ultrasonic shaking test and allows to deform cells in the range of few mm/m to help understand potential consequences of repeated loading characteristic of ultrasonic cutting.

Original publication





Book title

Mechanics of Biological Systems and Materials & Micro-and Nanomechanics & Research Applications


Springer Cham

Publication Date



21 - 27