Measurement of the power law exponent for different sizes of colloidal probes (mean ± SD, n = 95–217) in Chinese hamster ovary cells. The exponent of 1.5 corresponds to the Hertz model using the sphere, while the exponent of 2.0 corresponds to that using the cone (sharp tip). Polystyrene beads are indicated by PS
Figure 1 represents the power law exponents obtained using BQ2
1 , we decided to apply the Hertz model with the sphere for the
data obtained with colloidal probes and the Hertz model with the
cone for the data obtained with sharp tip. .
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