The Central Dogma redefined

2-min read | Biochemistry In considering the Central Dogma of Molecular Biology, which follows that:DNA > RNA > proteins, how could DNA arise before the RNA or protein that goes into its production in the cell? New research proposes that both DNA and RNA were created together on the primordial earth from progenitor molecules called diamidophosphate (DAP). This research challenges …

The elements of life

2-min read | Biology Carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, and phosphorous (CHNOP) are the most common elements found in life on earth. Could life exist elsewhere in the Universe without these elements? Find out here. #biology#science

DNA Polymerase III

2-min read | Biochemistry Read Jeremiah Ebenzee Spence‘s answer to What is the primary unique function of DNA polymerase III? on Quora