The below article discusses just one phase of DNA repair. The phase is the signaling used to the SIRT6 gene to initiate the repair process.
The article states, "To communicate stress signals within cells, JNKs add phosphate groups to proteins, and the Rochester study found the amino acid residue on SIRT6 that is modified by JNK. Once modified, SIRT6 can attract the enzyme PARP1 (Poly [ADP-ribose] polymerase 1) to the damaged site, where the enzyme undertakes a chemical process to repair the DNA. In effect, the activated gene serves as a first responder, recruiting DNA repair enzymes to the accident site and getting them to work".
In other words, DNA repair is a sophisticated process and to believe it came about by random luck is blind faith.
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