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Three processes involved in Darwinian evolution. Species must be replicated to obtain a large popul...
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Minimal system for self-replication. Building blocks A and B can react to form either template T or...
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A cross-catalytic replication scheme in which the formation of one template stimulates the formatio...
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The first oligonucleotide capable of template directed self-replication without the need of enzymes...
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Replication involving the SPREAD technique which prevents product inhibition. (1) A template molecu...
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Figure showing (a) a coiled coil motif due to hydrophobic interactions between hydrophobic amino ac...
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Self-replication of a helical peptide. Molecular recognition leads to the formation of a stable coi...
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(a) Cross-catalyzed replication of template molecules E and E’ from their building blocks A(’) and B...
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Distribution of the species present in the reaction mixture after 20 serial transfers. E and E’ mol...
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(a) Secondary structure of the Azoarcus ribozyme consisting of four different strands of RNA, W, X,...
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(a) The different combinations of IGS strands, tags and break junction give rise to a total of 48 d...
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Figure depicting (a) building blocks consisting of a peptide attached to an aromatic ring. Building...
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Plot showing the relative concentrations of set I (red), set II (blue) and the link between them; (...
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2017, 13, 1189–1203, doi:10.3762/bjoc.13.118
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