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Formaldehyde—A Key Monad of the Biomolecular System
AbstractExperiments will be presented and reviewed to support the hypothesis that the intrinsic reactivity of formaldehyde may lead to the formation of a rather comprehensive set of defined biomolecules, including D-glucose, thus fostering concepts of evolution considering the existence of a premetabolic system as a primordial step in the generation of life.
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Noe, C.R.; Freissmuth, J.; Richter, P.; Miculka, C.; Lachmann, B.; Eppacher, S. Formaldehyde—A Key Monad of the Biomolecular System. Life 2013, 3, 486-501.View more citation formats
Noe CR, Freissmuth J, Richter P, Miculka C, Lachmann B, Eppacher S. Formaldehyde—A Key Monad of the Biomolecular System. Life. 2013; 3(3):486-501.Chicago/Turabian Style
Noe, Christian R.; Freissmuth, Jerome; Richter, Peter; Miculka, Christian; Lachmann, Bodo; Eppacher, Simon. 2013. "Formaldehyde—A Key Monad of the Biomolecular System." Life 3, no. 3: 486-501.
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