Do you know what’s a laminin?
Do you know what does a laminin do?
And do you know how does a laminin look like?
According to Wikipedia, it says, “…Basically, laminin is a protein found in the “extracellular matrix”, the sheets of protein that form the substrate of all internal organs also called the “basement membrane…. Laminin is vital to making sure overall body structures hold together. Improper production of laminin can cause muscles to form improperly, leading to a form of muscular dystrophy. It can also cause progeria.”
In layman term, a laminin is like a foundation of a building, a chassis of a car.
In short, laminin is like the glue that holds us together.
But more importantly, do you know how does a laminin look like this? Check this out:
A few thousand years ago, way before the word, ‘Science’ came about, the Apostle Paul said, “He is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn over all creation; because by Him everything was created, in heaven and on earth, the visible and the invisible, whether thrones or dominions or rulers or authorities— all things have been created through Him and for Him. He is before all things, and by Him all things hold together.” Col 1:15-17
Imagine, we all have millions of microscopic crosses holding our body together! Is that cool or what?