RNA-Directed Amino Acid Homochirality

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RNA-Directed Amino Acid Homochirality by J. Martyn Bailey, FASEB Journal (Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology), 12: 503-507 (1998) - RNA-directed amino acid homochirality Score: 0.0/0.0

Discussion

This research demonstrates how early life could have selected some of the chemicals it required to function while ignoring those it could not use, and explain why most modern cells have the same redundant activity in them.

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This research demonstrates how early life could have selected some of the chemicals it required to function while ignoring those it could not use, and explain why most modern cells have the same redundant activity in them.


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