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Newly constructed proliferating peptide droplet — Image credit: Muneyuki Matsuo, Hiroshima University


Self-replicating protocells may answer the most enduring question on the origins of life

A team of Japanese researchers believes they have found the missing link between Chemistry & Biology in the origins of Life




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