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Author Topic:   The Simplest Protein of Life
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Message 7 of 281 (674721)
10-02-2012 7:55 AM
Reply to: Message 6 by BoredomSetsIn
10-02-2012 6:33 AM

Yes, but we are talking about the chances of it forming, with out a creator.

Proteins don't form by being created by a creator; they form by the condensation reaction that creates peptide bonds. (A peptide bond is the C-N bond between two amino acids. It's called a condensation reaction because water comes out, the opposite of hydrolysis.)

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