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Synthetic System Can Regenerate Its Own DNA and Proteins

News   Feb 20, 2020 | Original story from the Max Planck Institute

 
Synthetic System Can Regenerate Its Own DNA and Proteins

The translation factors of the artificial genome come from the bacterium Escherischia coli. These proteins are important for the translation of DNA building instructions into proteins and are therefore essential for self-replicating systems. Credit: MPI f. Developmental Biology/ Jürgen Berger

 
 
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