Cells Have a Mysterious Hidden Communication System Independent of DNA, New Study Suggests

Researchers from Moffitt Cancer Center have unveiled a revolutionary new discovery in cellular mechanics, suggesting that cells possess a hidden non-genomic system that facilitates rapid cellular communication and decision-making independent of DNA. Published in iScience, this revelation challenges the DNA-centric view of cellular function and opens new avenues for medical and scientific exploration.
“This study challenges the implicit assumption in biology that the genome is the sole source of information and that the nucleus acts as a kind of central processor,” study co-author and research scientist at the Moffitt Cancer Biology & Evolution Program, Dr. Robert Gatenby, said in a statement.