Computer programmers are familiar with a subprogram or subroutine which is a code within a larger program that carries out a specified function independently. It’s an important mechanism in the world of computer programming. Another type of subroutine has been recently discovered in nature.
“The researchers from ETH and SIB now identified a new sub-code that determines at which rate given products must be made by the cell. This information has several interesting implications.”
First, it provides novel insights into how the decoding machinery works. Secondly, and more pragmatically, it makes possible to read information about gene expression rates directly from genomic sequences, whereas up to now, this information could only be obtained through laborious and expensive experimental approaches, such as microarrays. “A cell must respond very quickly to injuries such as DNA damage and to potent poisons such as arsenic.”
“The new sub-code enables us to know which genes are turned-on quickly after these insults and which are best expressed slowly. One benefit of this study is that we now can get this information using only analysis of the coding sequence,” said Dr. Gina Cannarozzi.”
Sub-codes will reveal a new look on how the translation processes works in the ribosome! This article says nothing about evolution which is good science when it comes to learning about nature. Also, the specified complexity in which we are learning about verifies creation even further. Genetic information that involves an amazing system of codes within codes and hierarchical levels of information which makes an unthinking process marginal with no curable time factor.