God’s DNA-detangling motors
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God’s DNA-detangling motors

The topoisomerase enzymes

Even the simplest living creatures need topoisomerases before they can read their DNA instructions to make proteins or pass them on to their offspring. These are complex, well designed machines that cut, move, then reconnect the DNA. Since reproduction is impossible without them, Darwinian evolution—random mutation + natural selection—could not have produced the first topoisomerases.

By Jonathan Sarfati
Article originally published January, 2018

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