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Differential biomechanical properties of mouse distal colon and rectum innervated by the splanchnic and pelvic afferents
S Siri, F Maier, L Chen, S Santos, DM Pierce, B Feng
American Journal of Physiology-Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology 316 (4 …, 2019
352019
Load-bearing function of the colorectal submucosa and its relevance to visceral nociception elicited by mechanical stretch
S Siri, F Maier, S Santos, DM Pierce, B Feng
American Journal of Physiology-Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology 317 (3 …, 2019
342019
The macro-and micro-mechanics of the colon and rectum I: experimental evidence
S Siri, Y Zhao, F Maier, DM Pierce, B Feng
Bioengineering 7 (4), 130, 2020
282020
The heterogeneous morphology of networked collagen in distal colon and rectum of mice quantified via nonlinear microscopy
F Maier, S Siri, S Santos, L Chen, B Feng, DM Pierce
Journal of the mechanical behavior of biomedical materials 113, 104116, 2021
192021
Computational modeling of mouse colorectum capturing longitudinal and through-thickness biomechanical heterogeneity
Y Zhao, S Siri, B Feng, DM Pierce
Journal of the mechanical behavior of biomedical materials 113, 104127, 2021
122021
The macro-and micro-mechanics of the colon and rectum II: theoretical and computational methods
Y Zhao, S Siri, B Feng, DM Pierce
Bioengineering 7 (4), 152, 2020
102020
Quantifying the collagen-network morphology in mouse distal colon and rectum
B Feng, F Maier, S Siri, DM Pierce
Proceedings of the Biomedical Engineering Society, 2019 Annual Fall Meeting …, 2019
72019
Do Tumor Mechanical Stresses Promote Cancer Immune Escape?
K Onwudiwe, J Najera, S Siri, M Datta
Cells 11 (23), 3840, 2022
42022
Toward elucidating the physiological impacts of residual stresses in the colorectum
Y Zhao, S Siri, B Feng, DM Pierce
Journal of Biomechanical Engineering 144 (1), 011008, 2022
42022
The biomechanics of distal colon and rectal wall and its implication in visceral sensation and hypersensitivity
S Siri, F Maier, DM Pierce, B Feng
17th World Congress on Pain (International Association for the Study of Pain), 2018
42018
Constitutive model of passive myocardium of lamb
N Soltani, AN Moghaddam, N Fatoraee, S Siri, A Rassoli
Iranian Journal of Biomedical Engineering 8 (4), 360-371, 2015
42015
Multiscale Modeling of Endothelium Derived Wall Shear Stress Regulation in Common Carotid Artery
S Siri, M Nabaei, N Fatouraee
Journal of Mechanics 35 (6), 901-914, 2019
32019
Numerical modeling of cerebral autoregulation in human common carotid artery
S Siri, M Nabaei, N Fatouraee
Iranian Journal of Biomedical Engineering 9 (3), 229-241, 2016
32016
Effect of baroreflex mechanism on pressure wave amplitude in human vascular network
S Siri, M Nabaei, AN Moghaddam, N Fatouraee, N Soltani
23rd Annual International Conference on Mechanical Engineering (ISME2015), 2015
32015
Constitutive Model of Passive Myocardium of Lamb
N Soltani, AN Moghaddam, N Fatouraee, S Seyri, A Rassoli
22016
Determining the biomechanics of layer-separated mouse colorectum using biaxial tensile stretch
S Siri, F Maier, DM Pierce, B Feng
Proceedings of the Biomedical Engineering Society 2019 Annual Fall Meeting …, 2019
12019
Submucosa is the load-bearing structure of distal colon and rectum
S Siri, F Maier, S Santos, DM Pierce, B Feng
Neuroscience Meeting Planner, Chicago, IL: Society for Neuroscience 2019, 2019
12019
Mathematical model of oxygen, nutrient, and drug transport in Tuberculosis Granulomas
M Datta, MC Kennedy, S Siri, LE Via, JW Baish, L Xu, V Dartois, ...
PLOS Computational Biology 20 (2), e1011847, 2024
2024
Novel 3-D macrophage spheroid model reveals reciprocal regulation of immunomechanical stress and mechano-immunological response
AA Burchett, S Siri, J Li, X Lu, M Datta
bioRxiv, 2024.02. 14.580327, 2024
2024
Single-cell mechanical analysis reveals viscoelastic similarities between normal and neoplastic brain cells
K Onwudiwe, J Najera, L Holen, AA Burchett, D Rodriguez, M Zarodniuk, ...
bioRxiv, 2023
2023
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