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Keller, Turchyn & Ralser's non-enzymatic glycolysis paper selected as a ‘cutting edge chemistry in 2014’ paper by Chemistry World 2014, 10th Dec 2014.

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Cutting Edge Chemistry in 2014, Chemistry World, 10 Dec, 2014:
Keller, M.A., Turchyn, A.V. and Ralser, M. (2014) Non‐enzymatic glycolysis and pentose phosphate pathway‐like reactions in a plausible Archean ocean. Molecular Systems Biology 10:725 [doi: 10.1002/msb.20145228]

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