Un-Needed Genetic Information is Tagged and Stored Tightly to Save Space. A Characteristic of Design!
September 20, 2016
The below article speaks to how some genetic information is not needed once a cell begins to serve a particular purpose. For example, if a cell becomes a skin cell, then it doesn't need the genetic information related to a blood cell. The article states, "As a cell commits to a particular role, changes are made to its DNA so that genes no longer needed for that role can be retired from use".
The article goes on to say, "When the cell "chooses" an X chromosome to be turned off, it marks it with specific molecules. Some of these molecules bind to the DNA, which is wrapped up into a large coil, whilst others bind to proteins on the coil".
So you can see a process that makes the cell more efficient. It is able to compact and condense genetic information that isn't used through complex processes. Is this type of functionality really the indicator of random mutations or is it showing intelligent design? To me it is simple, this is a type of problem that requires forethought to solve and it doesn't just come about by random mutations!
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