Friday, October 23, 2020
Mitochondrial Health

ATP synthase in action



In this animation, Professor Rob Lue describes the action of the ATP synthase.

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35 thoughts on “ATP synthase in action
  1. If you would like to plumb the depths of human stupidity, find a popular YouTube video and then read the comments section.
    (apologies to the 3 and a half people who posted intelligent comments)

  2. This is such an incredibly complex system!
    I've tried to imagine in slow motion, how this could have evolved by purely random steps and… I just can't!
    Dawkins said "Biology is the study of complex things that appear to have been designed for a purpose."
    And Crick said "Biologists must constantly keep in mind that what they see was not designed".

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