In the hunt for life's origins, scientists recreate ancient proteins

08/8/2013 | LiveScience.com

Researchers say they have recreated 4-billion-year-old proteins that could offer clues about the origins of life. Scientists at the University of Granada in Spain analyzed versions of thioredoxins, which are believed to have primordial roots, for differences to determine an amino-acid sequence needed to reproduce the ancient proteins.

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