Rachel Green (Johns Hopkins U., HHMI) 1: Protein synthesis: a high fidelity molecular event

Rachel Green (Johns Hopkins U., HHMI) 1: Protein synthesis: a high fidelity molecular event

15 Replies to “Rachel Green (Johns Hopkins U., HHMI) 1: Protein synthesis: a high fidelity molecular event”

  1. Thank you so much. This is above my level at the present time (HS physics teacher, teaching Bio to at risk students), however full comprehension of these concepts and processes is one of the goals for my students for this semester.

  2. Odd, how someone would even mention that this massively complex machine evolved from Goo. If you looked at a copier machine, which is nowhere near as complicated, could you even begin to believe that it came out of a pile of electronic parts? That beautiful finish, smooth glass, every wire and part soldered perfectly together? If you did, you'd be mentally off. Just like believing this nonsense.

  3. "I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Marvelous are Your works, And that my soul knows very well." (Psalm 139:14 NKJ)

  4. Excellent explanation, thank you. One question. At the outset, You mention that information is read. Where does the information come from.

  5. Fun fact, Rachel Green likes to hang out at Central Perk with her friends Monica, Phoebe, Ross, Joey, and Chandler. The barrista has a crush on her.

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