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TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Abstract 2. Introduction 3. The step-pressure technique 4. The biomembrane-force probe 5. The micropipette-aspiration technique 6. Requirements of the MAT 7. Applications of the MAT 8. Concluding remarks 9. Acknowledgements 10. References ABSTRACT Quantifying cell-adhesion strength is of great importance in biology and medicine. Cell-adhesion strength can be characterized by separating two adherent cells and determining the force required to do so, or by measuring thedoi:10.2741/1386 pmid:15353280 fatcat:vt2juxauijbqxaftfybazutpoy