Biomaterials & Cell Mechanics

  1. Breakup of spherical vesicles caused by spontaneous curvature change,
    Ping Liu, Ju Li and Yong-Wei Zhang, Acta Mechanica Sinica 28 (2012) 1545-1550.

  2. Variable Nanoparticle-Cell Adhesion Strength Regulates Cellular Uptake,
    Hongyan Yuan, Ju Li, Gang Bao and Sulin Zhang, Physical Review Letters 105 (2010) 138101.

  3. Phase Diagrams for Multi-Component Membrane Vesicles: A Coarse-Grained Modeling Study,
    Chen Zheng, Ping Liu, Ju Li and Yong-Wei Zhang, Langmuir 26 (2010) 12659­12666.

  4. One-particle-thick, solvent-free, coarse-grained model for biological and biomimetic fluid membranes,
    Hongyan Yuan, Changjin Huang, Ju Li, George Lykotrafitis and Sulin Zhang, Physical Review E 82 (2010) 011905.

  5. Pressure-temperature phase diagram for shapes of vesicles: A coarse-grained molecular dynamics study,
    Ping Liu, Ju Li and Yong-Wei Zhang, Appl. Phys. Lett. 95 (2009) 143104.

  6. Size-dependent endocytosis of nanoparticles,
    Sulin Zhang, Ju Li, George Lykotrafitis, Gang Bao and Subra Suresh, Advanced Materials 21 (2009) 419-424.

  7. Cytoskeletal Dynamics of Human Erythrocyte,
    Ju Li, George Lykotrafitis, Ming Dao and Subra Suresh, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 104 (2007) 4937-4942.

  8. Molecularly based analysis of deformation of spectrin network and human erythrocyte,
    Ming Dao, Ju Li and Subra Suresh, Materials Science and Engineering C 26 (2006) 1232-1244.

  9. Spectrin-level modeling of the cytoskeleton and optical tweezers stretching of the erythrocyte,
    Ju Li, Ming Dao, Chwee Teck Lim and Subra Suresh, Biophysical Journal 88 (2005) 3707-3719.

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