DNA is a Catalyst
The sequence of amino acids along the DNA strand length acts as a "script" to coordinate essential chemical reactions
necessary to the growth and reproduction of the organism.
The forces adjacent amino acids exert on each other cause the strand to bend and twist to form shapes.
These shapes can act as staging platforms,
guiding key molecules into positions that increase the likelihood that they will react.
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