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Author Topic:   The Recurrent Problem of Chirality
AdminWounded
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Message 2 of 81 (285326)
02-09-2006 7:36 PM
Reply to: Message 1 by Evopeach
02-09-2006 4:49 PM


You have brought this almost exact same argument up before.
Now as then you seem to be confused between amino acids and nucleic acids, and now as then you provide no useful reference to the experiments on the isolation of optical isomers of alanine. Was the experimenter Marckwald, who was at least one of the first to use Brusine? was it Pasteur who observed the seperation of L- and D- forms of tartaric acid?
I think that without some references to support your numerous assertions, or some novel line of argumentation, this doesn't merit rehashing.
TTFN,
AW

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Message 3 of 81 (285526)
02-10-2006 12:18 PM
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02-09-2006 7:36 PM


Given the ongoing discussions inkorrekt is having on this topic I am promoting this PNT to help alleviate derailment of other threads.
TTFN,
AW

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02-10-2006 12:18 PM


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