In creating human beings following a single genetic code (his own), the Creator evidently here again drew on the BA-KA principle, envisaging two types of genetics. The first is the genetics of the physical shell (the DNA code) that we acquire from our parents. The second is the genetics of the energy shell that a person forms in the process of his or her transformations.
It is extremely interesting that in his 1978 book "The Molecular Biology of the Gene" James Watson examined in detail the question of the coding matrix that might have been some macro-molecules, intermediaries between acids and the synthesising proteins that are, as we know, the basis of all life. These intermediaries are, according to Watson, undoubtedly present in all cells, but the pretender to the role of matrix (God) proved literally invisible. It is still unknown today, although evidently responsible for the coding of proteins and each of the twenty natural amino-acids that make them up. The drama of the search for this elusive matrix substances led Watson to the unconsoling conclusion that even at our current stage it is impossible to settle the question of how the genetic code arose.