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A model for the origin of stable protocells in a primitive alkaline ocean

Bio Systems

Oct 1, 1975

William Snyder, Simone Fox

PMID: 1120

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Abstract

When a mixture of the eighteen proteinous amino acids are suitably heated in the dry state with seawater salts, a copolyamino acid results. One fraction of this polymer is found, through isoelectric focusing, to consist of a mixture of acidic and basic proteinoids, each of sharply limit...read more

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Protocells
Protein Biosynthesis
Acids
Salts
Diffusion
Hydrogen-Ion Concentration
Isoelectric Focusing
Antifibrinolytic amino acids
Biological Evolution
Seawater
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  • A model for the origin of stable protocells in a primitive alkaline ocean

    Bio Systems

    Oct 1, 1975

    William Snyder, Simone Fox

    PMID: 1120

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    Abstract

    When a mixture of the eighteen proteinous amino acids are suitably heated in the dry state with seawater salts, a copolyamino acid results. One fraction of this polymer is found, through isoelectric focusing, to consist of a mixture of acidic and basic proteinoids, each of sharply limit...read more

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    Protocells
    Protein Biosynthesis
    Acids
    Salts
    Diffusion
    Paper Details
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    • References11
    • Citations28
    • References11
    • Citations28
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