Quality Control When Building Molecular Machines In The Cell - WOW!
January 19, 2017
Here is an article that sheds light on how molecular machines are built within the cell. Molecular Machines are made up of proteins. Proteins are created by ribosomes by using the instructions received from DNA. But molecular machines are created by using many different proteins to build them. So how are they built? This article discussed this.
The article states, "How these single proteins subsequently assemble to form macromolecular machines had not been fully deciphered until recently. One thing was however certain: The notion that ribosomes release individual proteins into the cell interior where they roam about in search of the matching counterpart could definitely not be true. "The interior of cells is much too crowded for this". The article goes on to state, "Accordingly, the ribosome does not randomly release the proteins into the cytosol after synthesis, but holds them back until specific helpers, so-called chaperones, deliver the matching counterparts. In doing so, the ribosome assures that only the one intended structure is formed and therefore adopts the role of a "quality inspector" in addition to production".
Finally the article states, ""Extremely high quality criteria" are a basic principle of cellular function according to the scientists". And this drives home the point. The ribosomes, chaperones and other components of the cell are designed to execute certain functions. This didn't come about by chance or luck, it came about by design from a super intelligent engineer.
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