Homotopy Quantum Field Theory (EMS Tracts in Mathematics)

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Of the seven remaining structures (Table 2). recording the handedness of successive crossovers as 1 or 0 generates a binary number which can be used as a reasonably unique descriptor for simple knots. With the limitation on the chance synthesis of the right peptides now removed (or limited only by the fidelity in the translation of RNA into peptide sequences). however. There is about a 6o tilt of the bases to the helix axis and the axis goes through the center of the base pairs.

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Publisher: European Mathematical Society (May 15, 2010)

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