Researchers: What’s Evolutionary Debris to You Is Unexplored Territory to Us

centromeres, DNA, Evolution, evolutionary processes, gene expression, Genome Research, human genome, Intelligent Design, Joe Felsenstein, John Avise, Junk DNA, Laurence Moran, Nicholas Matzke, nucleic acids, repetitive elements, researchers, RNA, T. Ryan Gregory, telomeres, transposable elements
From a new, open-access article, “Implications of the first complete human genome assembly.” Source
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Real-World Data and the Lesson of Chloroquine Resistance

A Mousetrap for Darwin, biological systems, Casey Luskin, CCC, chloroquine complexity cluster, chloroquine resistance, coordinated mutations, Evolution, Intelligent Design, Laurence Moran, Michael Behe, mutation rate, mutations, PfCRT, Plasmodium falciparum, PNAS, proteins, Robert L. Summers, Sandwalk, The Edge of Evolution
The take-home lesson is that evolution, on its best day, is an embarrassingly anemic process. Source
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