What is Life: Sub-cellular Physics of Live Matter
by Antti J. Niemi
Publisher: arXiv 2014
Number of pages: 107
Proteins are the workhorses of all living organisms, proteins are true nano-machines that participate in all the metabolic activities which constitutes life as we know it. From this perspective life is indeed something that can be modelled and understood using both known and still to be revealed laws that govern sub-cellular physics of live matter.
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