Observed, spontaneuous Chemotaxis (mo...

Observed, spontaneuous Chemotaxis (movement) proteins

There are 3 comments on the www.sciencedaily.com story from Jul 16, 2009, titled Observed, spontaneuous Chemotaxis (movement) proteins. In it, www.sciencedaily.com reports that:

A team of scientists has taken a unique look at how thousands of bacterial membrane proteins are able to assemble into clusters that direct cell movement to select chemicals in their environment.

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“Shaggin' Wagon.”

Since: Apr 09

Springfield, MA

#1 Jul 16, 2009
Here is something really neat. The SELF assembly of MOVEMENT proteins. Observed!!

“Turning coffee into theorems”

Since: Dec 06

Trapped inside a Klein Bottle

#2 Jul 16, 2009
Wow. Just...Wow.

I haven't read all of the article yet, but that is pretty amazing. And it seems to me that it should have some real implications for abiogenesis research.

Of course, the creationist will ignore it. First, they have zero curiosity. Second, it won't fit in with their world view. Sad.

But...Cool, chemistry in action.

“Wear white at night.”

Since: Jun 09


#3 Jul 16, 2009
Thanks for the article.

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