Cations As Mediators Of The Adsorption Of Nucleic Acids On Clay Surfaces In Prebiotic Environments

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Cations As Mediators Of The Adsorption Of Nucleic Acids On Clay Surfaces In Prebiotic Environments by Marco Franchi, James P. Ferris and Enzo Gallori, Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere, 33: 1-16 (2003) - Cations as Mediators of the Adsorption of Nucleic Acids on Clay Surfaces in Prebiotic Environments | SpringerLink Score: 0.0/0.0

Discussion

This research shows how clays (from plausible early Earth environments) could have helps protect nucleic acids and/or their precursors before life began.

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This research shows how clays (from plausible early Earth environments) could have helps protect nucleic acids and/or their precursors before life began.


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