Programming of Life by Donald Johnson

The genetic code is used to store protein blueprints in DNA written in an alphabet of bases in the form of triplets called codons. The blueprint for a protein is transcribed to messenger RNA.

By the process of translation in the ribosomes of the cell, the tRNAs transfer the appropriate amino acids to build the protein according to the blueprint carried by the mRNA.

Evidence of God's Hand in the Creation of Life

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