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Synthesis of phospholipids under plausible prebiotic conditions and analogies with phospholipid biochemistry or origin of life studies

Abstract : Phospholipids are essential components of biological membranes and are involved in cell signalization, in several enzymatic reactions, and in energy metabolism. In addition, phospholipids represent an evolutionary and non-negligible step in life emergence. Progress in the past decades has led to a deeper understanding of these unique hydrophobic molecules and their most pertinent functions in cell biology. Today, a growing interest in "prebiotic lipidomics" calls for a new assessment of these relevant biomolecules.
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Michele Fiore, Carolina Chieffo, Augustin Lopez, Dimitri Fayolle, Johal Ruiz, et al.. Synthesis of phospholipids under plausible prebiotic conditions and analogies with phospholipid biochemistry or origin of life studies. Astrobiology, Mary Ann Liebert, In press, ⟨10.1089/ast.2021.0059⟩. ⟨hal-03591985⟩

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