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Origins of life: Systems chemistry on early Earth.
Activated ribonucleotides undergo a sugar pucker switch upon binding to a single-stranded RNA template.
Nonenzymatic template-directed RNA synthesis inside model protocells.
Uncovering the thermodynamics of monomer binding for RNA replication.
Synthesis of activated 3'-amino-3'-deoxy-2-thio-thymidine, a superior substrate for the nonenzymatic copying of nucleic acid templates.
Divergent prebiotic synthesis of pyrimidine and 8-oxo-purine ribonucleotides.
A Model for the Emergence of RNA from a Prebiotically Plausible Mixture of Ribonucleotides, Arabinonucleotides, and 2'-Deoxynucleotides.
Ultraviolet-Driven Deamination of Cytidine Ribonucleotides Under Planetary Conditions.