Information Transfer From Peptide Nucleic Acids To RNA By Template-Directed Syntheses

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Evidence Type: Research (Generic)
Information Transfer From Peptide Nucleic Acids To RNA By Template-Directed Syntheses by J├╝rgen G. Schmidt, Peter E. Nielsen and Leslie E. Orgel, Nucleic Acids Research, 25(23): 4794-4802 (1997) - Information transfer from DNA to peptide nucleic acids by template-directed syntheses | Nucleic Acids Research | Oxford Academic Score: 0.0/0.0

Discussion

PNA is a more basic version of the DNA used to build life from. This research shows it is possible to store information in PNA in the same way it is possible in DNA, and that is is possible to move from a PNA storage system to a DNA storage system. This means life could have formed with the simpler PNA structure then moved up to the more complex DNA system later.

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Conclusion 1

This research shows it is possible to store information in PNA in the same way it is possible in DNA, and that is is possible to move from a PNA storage system to a DNA storage system.


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