Mechanobiology is a discipline that aims to understand how mechanical force and cellular geometry interplay with biochemical activities to drive cellular functions. With individual cellular activities culminating to shape whole organisms, form is linked to function, and dynamic feedback mechanisms arise between mechanics and biochemistry.

What is MBInfo

MBInfo is a unique, multipurpose information resource, created at the Mechanobiology Institute, Singapore. MBInfo provides in-depth reviews on the mechanics of cellular and molecular function. Using the wiki functions, you can help keep the site up to date, with the latest findings and hypotheses.

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Cutting Edge Methods and Technology

With countless intracellular feedback mechanisms regulating each various function of the cell, developing methods to study these functions often requires new technologies and unique procedures. This topic will explore several of the methods commonly used in the field of mechanobiology.