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!
Video 1.
Interview with John White by MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology (2023)
. Source.
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

Discussion (0)

Sign up or sign in create discussions.

There are no discussions about this article yet.

Articles by others on the same topic (0)

There are currently no matching articles

See all articles in the same topic