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Hi Keith Henson -
>"The unique design of fluid systems provides high economy of the synthesis
>due to low consumption of reagents and high coupling efficiency.
This is not some magical recreation, a la transporter, of organic
material from information, but a programmed preparing of supplied organic
components from other sources.
Jigsaw puzzling a small string of DNA together. We are talking four
Yeah, I think I will look one up. I used to work next to the cyclotron,
which is now, alas, moved from its Oxford Street location, and, next to
the robotics lab, so, I'm rather used to turning corners and not quite
knowing what I will see.
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