Scientists Inch Closer To The Origin Of RNA, Georgia Institute of Technology Reveals

Published: Jan 02, 2014

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One of the biggest questions in science is how life arose from the chemical soup that existed on early Earth. One theory is that RNA, a close relative of DNA, was the first genetic molecule to arise around 4 billion years ago, but in a primitive form that later evolved into the RNA and DNA molecules that we have in life today. New research shows one way this chain of events might have started.

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