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Phosphorus is a key element in many biological molecules including nucleic acids such as DNA and RNA, energy storage molecules like ATP, membrane phospholipids and coenzymes. The Abbott-Lyon laboratory is investigating the reaction pathways by which phosphorus contained in the mineral schreibersite (Fe2NiP) can be activated to form C-O-P and C-P linkages.

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Phosphorus is a key element in many biological molecules including nucleic acids such as DNA and RNA, energy storage molecules like ATP, membrane phospholipids and coenzymes. The Abbott-Lyon laboratory is investigating the reaction pathways by which phosphorus contained in the mineral

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