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Concept Models, Biological
Academic Article A fluid mechanical perspective on esophageal bolus transport.
Academic Article Analyses of normal and abnormal esophageal transport using computer simulations.
Academic Article Interpretation of intraluminal manometric measurements in terms of swallowing mechanics.
Academic Article The mechanical advantage of local longitudinal shortening on peristaltic transport.
Academic Article Determinants of intrabolus pressure during esophageal peristaltic bolus transport.
Academic Article The mechanical basis of impaired esophageal emptying postfundoplication.
Academic Article A mathematical model for estimating muscle tension in vivo during esophageal bolus transport.
Academic Article A stomach road or "Magenstrasse" for gastric emptying.
Academic Article Function of longitudinal vs circular muscle fibers in esophageal peristalsis, deduced with mathematical modeling.
Academic Article Liquid in the gastroesophageal segment promotes reflux, but compliance does not: a mathematical modeling study.
Academic Article The invalidity of the Laplace law for biological vessels and of estimating elastic modulus from total stress vs. strain: a new practical method.
Academic Article A multiscale lattice Boltzmann model of macro- to micro-scale transport, with applications to gut function.
Academic Article Three-dimensional mechanisms of macro-to-micro-scale transport and absorption enhancement by gut villi motions.
Academic Article In Vivo Predictive Dissolution and Simulation Workshop Report: Facilitating the Development of Oral Drug Formulation and the Prediction of Oral Bioperformance.

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