Christian Landry is the Principal Investigator of a lab at Laval University in Quebec, doing really interesting work on cellular networks.
DNA has long been considered the “master molecule” in genetics, but its erstwhile servant, RNA, is gaining increased recognition for its many essential functions.
Genomics has come a long way since the central dogma and junk DNA. If you expect to find reasons for things, you often do find them.
ID proponents have long predicted that functions would be uncovered for such non-coding DNA.
Details of the nuclear pore complex, one of the largest and most complex protein systems in the cell, come into sharper focus as a team watches how it validates a messenger RNA.