This research has been published in a research journal of chemistry called ‘Angewandte Chemie’. There are many assumptions about the origin of life on Earth. Scientists have not yet agreed on this. Now, a study led by a scientist-researcher of Indian origin has revealed new facts about this subject. Research has shown that a mixture of RNA and DNA may contribute to the formation of early life on Earth.
The research, which was conducted in ‘Scripps Research’, California, led by ram Narayan Krishnamurti of Indian origin, has been published in a journal named ‘Angewandte Chemie’ This study showed that a simple compound, called diaminophosphate (DAP), was present before life came to Earth. It must have been chemically linked to DNA via the basic elements – deoxynucleosides, and then it will be made up of archaic DNA. This discovery is considered shocking.
This investigation is the latest in a series of discoveries over the past few years that show that DNA and its closely related chemical RNAs were the result of similar chemical reactions and a mixture of both the first self-generated molecules, the first forms of life on Earth. It is believed that this discovery will also enrich the biology of modern life.
This research by Ram Narayan Krishnamurti will form a strong foundation for detailed research on self-replicating DNA-RNA mixtures in the coming years. Research on this subject can also reveal a lot about how life evolved with these mixtures and how it flourished and spread over the earth over time, which led to the development of complex organisms.
Ram Narayan Krishnamurti says that with a better understanding of the formation of early DNA and RNA in archaic chemistry, we can further experiment in this direction, which can help in the direction of artificial synthesis, such as the PCR technique in the test of Covid-19 The fragile is dependent on the enzyme, leading to many limitations.
These limits can be broken by artificial synthesis. It is believed that this discovery will also enrich the biology of modern life. This discovery may open new dimensions of practical application in chemistry and biology.
This research can provide an answer to the long-entrenched question of how life on earth flourished. This is also likely to open the way for a detailed study of the DNA-anda mixtures that flourish on their own, which will lead to more studies, especially on their origin and propagation on ancient earth.
The most important thing in this research is that it has opened up dimensions in many fields simultaneously. With new light on old mysteries, it will now also provide attractive options to researchers. Yet there are many unanswered questions about the origin of life, which continue to be answered.