In “real time” they show the function of an enhancer in switching a gene from off to on.
The nucleus is a beehive of activity, where information is not just stored but processed, protected, transcribed, and duplicated by highly complex machines.
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.
Caltech scientists watch a spectacle of “ten thousand bursting genes” as the “cartography of the nucleus” comes into focus.
Recently I had the opportunity to hear Discovery Institute’s Stephen Meyer provide an update on the progress and current state of the theory of intelligent design.