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The “isomer space” shown on the left only explores the space immediately around the amino acids. The second figure shows that using the single “fuzzy formula” explores a much wider space, but cannot account for all amino acids. The final figure shows the amino acid space when multiple fuzzy formulas are used. Reprinted with permission from Meringer et al. (2013). Copyright 2013 American Chemical Society.
01/09/14

 

The “isomer space” shown on the left only explores the space immediately around the amino acids. The second figure shows that using the single “fuzzy formula” explores a much wider space, but cannot account for all amino acids. The final figure shows the amino acid space when multiple fuzzy formulas are used. Reprinted with permission from Meringer et al. (2013). Copyright 2013 American Chemical Society.



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