Research on Intelligent Design

To put together scientific advances from the perspective of Intelligent Design.

Friday, December 09, 2005

Unexpected Gene Expression and our Entrance to the Inner - World of the Cell

Yesterday, while studying the unexpected change in the gene expression of insulin in the brain of Alzheimer's Disease patients (broken link replaced) and the recent discovery of other cellular structures (the "porosome", broken link replaced) at the end of the last earlier, now broken link, I found the next information fully compatible with Intelligent Design:

Entrance to the Inner - World of the Cell
A cellular city was entered and explored, a domain of subcellular power stations (mitochondria), waste disposal stations (lysosomes), protein factories (ribosomes), and protein packaging and export facilities (the endoplasmic reticulum and Golgi apparatus).

Journey Into the Cell
Indeed, before the advent of modern cell biology, pioneered by Claude at The Rockefeller University (then Institute) in the 1940s, many biologists viewed the cell as a mere "bag of enzymes," a "biochemical bog" filled with formless protoplasm and devoid of inner structure.

A Unified Science of Life
Today cell biology has merged with molecular biology and genetics to create a unified science of life. Modern cell biology, born 50 years ago, now lies at the foundation of all biology and medicine. As Albert Claude, who died in 1983, said...
"...We have entered the cell, the mansion of our birth, and started the inventory of our acquired wealth"


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