Cell's Have a Steering Wheel So They Can Get To Where They Need To Be
September 30, 2016
Talk about more evidence of intelligent design! The below linked article details the steering mechanism that cells use to navigate to where they need to go.
The article details just a few cell types, such as developmental, tissue repair and immunity cells, that have to navigate to a certain place in order to carry out it's function. The article states, "For example, in the case of wounds, fibroblasts, the main cells of the connective tissue, need to crawl towards the wound in order to deposit molecules that give structure and support to the new tissue".
There is a protein called PLEKHG3 that has been recently discovered to play a key role in navigation of the cell. The article goes on to state, "while cars have steering wheels and rear gears to control direction, a cell, before moving, needs to determine which is its front and rear at any given time. This is called cell polarity and it is obtained by the collection of certain molecules in one side of the cell".
The amazing thing is this is just the beginning of understanding how the cell navigates. I suppose evolution would say that the ability for cells to navigate and it's ability to serve it's function, such as wound repair, all happened to come about through random mutations at the same time. This is foolish. What we have in the cell is many different functions and components that work together to carry out it's purpose. It is a well designed system that required forethought to create.
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