Racemic Amino Acids From The Ultraviolet Photolysis Of Interstellar Ice Analogues

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Evidence Type: Research (Generic)
Racemic Amino Acids From The Ultraviolet Photolysis Of Interstellar Ice Analogues by Max P. Bernstein, Jason P. Dworkin, Scott A. Sandford, George W. Copoper and Louis J. Allamandola, Nature, 416: 401-403 - Racemic amino acids from the ultraviolet photolysis of interstellar ice analogues | Nature Score: 0.0/0.0

Discussion

This research shows it is likely that at least some of the early basic building blocks of life originated in space and fell to earth as meteorites.

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Conclusion 1

This research shows it is likely that at least some of the early basic building blocks of life originated in space and fell to earth as meteorites.


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