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how did life begin?

 
  April, 3 2001 4:08
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Scientists probing the origins of life develop method of making novel proteins using a 21st amino acid


Investigations by researchers at the University at Buffalo and University of Tokyo into the origins of life and the genetic code have resulted in a method of developing novel proteins that has enormous potential for the biotechnology industry while providing important clues to answering the question: "How did life begin?"

National Institutes of Health

Contact:
Ellen Goldbaum
goldbaum@buffalo.edu
716-645-5000 x 1415
University at Buffalo


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