We've found that the growth of actin is dependent on its loading history -- not just on the load it feels at one moment, as we previously thought. This means the structure of a cell has some 'memory' of its physical interactions.
"Daniel Fletcher" is a former Australian rules footballer who played for Geelong Football Club/Geelong in the Australian Football League (AFL) in 1994. He was recruited from the Geelong Falcons in the TAC Cup with the 61st selection in the 1992 AFL Draft#1993 Pre-season Draft/1993 Pre-season Draft. His brother Simon Fletcher (Australian footballer)/Simon Fletcher also played in the AFL, for Carlton Football Club/Carlton.More Daniel Fletcher on Wikipedia.
How do cells push in a particular direction when they confront a barrier? That was the initial question in this research.
There's a lot of good eating experiences you may have had in your life that you wouldn't think were as good if you read the label.
It tastes like something you would use with Hamburger Helper, ... It's a very neutral flavor. In some ways, it's like tofu. Tofu is something with so little character that if you eat it by itself, it'd put you to sleep.
Back when I was in school, one of our goals in food science was expanding the food supply by taking foods that are less valued, and expanding their value.
I had no idea what the history of this great ship was until I served aboard from 1981-1984.