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3.2 From organic molecules to protocells. 3.2.1 "Genes first" models: the RNA world ... protocells may have been one way of avoiding the side-reaction problem that is ...
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The first comprehensive general resource on state-of-the-art protocell research, describing current approaches to making new forms of life from scratch in the ...
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Protocells : bridging nonliving and living matter / edited by Steen ... and The prospect of protocells: Social and ethical implications of recreating life (MIT ...
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... ordered polyamino acids), protocells (self-organized thermal proteins ... attributes of life), and metaprotocells (protocells that can use light to ...
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Photographs of Protocells. Formation of dendritic and free protocells on the surface of abiotic thermal ... Protocells are 3 um in diameter. ...
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"Protocells" at the seventh European Conference of Artificial Life (ECAL) ... (2) ECAL Dortmund workshop: Protocells > General ECAL web pages. ...
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Today scientists took another step towards creating the sort of simple life ... They mixed together protocells containing RNA with empty shells. ...
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The simple protocells that may have enabled life to develop four billion years ... Scientists have now created model protocells in the lab and demonstrated how ...
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