Conceptual Origin of Thermal Heteropolycondensation of Amino Acids
Any experimental breakthrough presupposes fledgling new ideas as Popper (1959) rightly pointed out. Thermal heteropolycondensation of amino acids is no exception to this rule.
KeywordsGlutamic Acid Aspartic Acid Conceptual Origin Comparative Biochemistry Peptide Derivative
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