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... is not immediately clear and can change rapidly," taber explains. "Compared to asking when a fire can be ... -- but fearful -- staff to report for work." taber adds that even well-intentioned companies seeking ..., while often of real value, is rarely a panacea," taber noted. ...

Swine Flu Plans Triggering Difficult Legal Questions, Says Noted Pillsbury Attorney

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Mechanical forces drive early heart development

... chicken embryos, which is remarkably similar to its counter-part in human. taber is studying looping one of the most critical stages of embryo heart develop...ays Taber. It appears that regional stiffness plays a role in bending. taber collaborator, Dimitri Vornov, a visiting scientist at Washington University...
Taber in Biological News

Forum to focus on math and mechanics behind life processes

...engineering at Washington University in St. Louis. taber develops computational models to study the role of...enes turn on in certain ways and cells just obey," taber said. "But the genes aren't quite that smart. They...ress could act as a signal. In embryo development, taber said, cells tend to take the shape of an organ, su...

Engineers study brain folding in higher mammals

...early embryo where the tubular heart bends and rotates in a precise manner. taber has found that the processes of bending and rotation in the embryonic heart...Were not sure of the similarities between heart looping and brain folding, taber said. But there are only a handful of processes that cells use to create s...
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