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Flowing blood generates a frictional force called shear stress that has major effects on vascular function. Branches and bends of arteries are exposed to... 
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  The formation of mature cells by blood stem cells is very well understood at the cellular level and we know many of the key transcription factors that... 
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Endothelial cell (EC) sensing of fluid shear stress direction is a critical determinant of vascular health and disease. Unidirectional flow induces EC... 
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Atherosclerosis develops near branches and bends of arteries that are exposed to disturbed blood flow which exerts low wall shear stress (WSS). These... 
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