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elevated levels of heart enzymes in the blood reveal whether a patient has recently had a myocardial infarction (heart attack)
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Organisms are remarkably uniform at the molecular level. This observation is frequently referred to as the unity of biochemistry, but, in real- ity, it illustrates the unity of life. French biochemist Jacques Monod encapsulated this idea in 1954 with the phrase “Anything found to be true of [the bacterium] E. coli must also be true of elephants.” This uniformity reveals that all organisms on Earth have arisen from a common ancestor. A core of essential biochemical processes, common to all organisms, appeared early in the evolution of life.
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One reason that oxygen and hydrogen are so common is the ubiquity of water, or “the matrix of life,” as biochemist Albert Szent-Györgi called it
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