Chains of Space-Time Open Systems and DNA
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There is a striking resemblance between chains of space-time open systems and chains of nucleotides in molecular biology. It seems, hypothetically, that nucleotides can be treated as some kind of space-time systems. In particular, there exist attraction forces between corresponding links of two complementary chains of space-time systems going in the opposite directions. Chains of space-time systems can be replicated with the help of primers, elongations and templets. We show also that under some conditions the structure of a chain is a Bertrand curve — in particular, a double helix.
KeywordsDouble Helix Compatibility Equation Double Chain Spectral Synthesis Chain Synthesis
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