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Authors: Matthew Gonzales, Adrian Guthals, Roy Kerckhoffs, Adarsh Krishnamurthy, Fred Lionetti, Jeff Van Dorn, Chris Villongco, Kevin Vincent, Andrew McCulloch (with thanks to past and present members of the Cardiac Mechanics Research Group for their help in testing, documentation and model development)
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