A cool thought: bacteria like E. Coli replicate every 20 minutes. A human replicates every 15 years. So how can multicellular beings possibly cope with the speed of evolution of parasites?
The answer is that within us, the adaptative immune system is a population of cells that evolves very quickly. So in a sense, within our bodies there is fast cell-level non-inheritable evolution happening daily!
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Interview with John White by MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology (2023)
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www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fninf.2019.00063/fullCoreNEURON: An Optimized Compute Engine for the NEURON Simulator (2019) Merged back into mainstream: github.com/BlueBrain/CoreNeuron

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