The article linked below describes some of the things required for cell movement. The article states, "Cell migration is enabled by three molecules working together. Integrins are molecules located on the cell surface that are able to attach themselves to other surfaces. Actin are small building blocks on the inside of the cell membrane, and collectively form the skeleton of the cell. Finally, the "adaptor" is a protein that links integrin and actin together".
The question for evolutionists is how did this three components evolve from random mutations in co-ordination with each other? This can't be answered scientifically of course, it requires a blind and irrational faith in evolution. Common sense would tell you this type of ability was designed by an intelligent source.
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