You can. Click on the link to the ratskep post and then follow the ones its author provides. You'll eventually finish up at Pubmed where you can peruse and/or download three full papers, illustrations and all, covering the lot. They are not behind a paywall.Tero wrote:sounds interesting, but I wish I had the paper with some pictures or other detail.
The most probable secondary structures for the tRNA-like similarities observed in the tRNA Homology Search above were computed using the RNA Structure Web at the University of Rochester: http://rna.urmc.rochester.edu/RNAstruct ... dict1.html. Two features of the website were utilized. One was the calculation of each tRNA similarity individually; the other was the calculation of the most likely common structure shared by two tRNA. The latter was used specifically to determine whether an rRNA-encoded tRNA similarity retained sufficient identity to a modern E. coli K12 tRNA to fold into the same secondary pattern.
rainbow wrote:Crap of course, since the ribosome is way too complex to have formed spontaneously from Prebiotic systems.
Animavore wrote:rainbow wrote:Crap of course, since the ribosome is way too complex to have formed spontaneously from Prebiotic systems.
That's not what any of the articles say.
Still, I knew this would trigger you. It's why I posted it.
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