|March 5, 2017||Posted by DLH under Biophysics, Cell biology, Design inference, Informatics, Intelligent Design, Proteome|
Can protein folding complexity be formed by stochastic processes? With 14 intermediate steps? JILA Team Discovers Many New Twists in Protein Folding Biophysicists at JILA have measured protein folding in more detail than ever before, revealing behavior that is surprisingly more complex than previously known. . . . They fold into three-dimensional shapes that determine […]
|March 1, 2017||Posted by DLH under 'Junk DNA', Cell biology, Design inference, Genomics, Intelligent Design, Proteome|
“The grammar of DNA might be even more sophisticated than we imagined . . .It could be that all codons could be start codons”
|February 22, 2015||Posted by Jonathan M under Evolution, Proteome|
A frequently made claim in the scientific literature is that protein domains can be readily recombined to form novel folds. In Darwin’s Doubt, Stephen Meyer addresses this subject in detail (see Chapter 11). Over the course of this article, I want to briefly expand on what was said there. Defining Our Terms Before going on, it […]
|July 21, 2014||Posted by News under News, Proteome|
What say we copyright the expression “than previously thought”?