New study suggests "arsenic life" is actually a phosphate glutton

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3 Responses to “New study suggests "arsenic life" is actually a phosphate glutton”

  1. MrScience says:

    I love science. So very, very much.

  2. Neuron says:

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    I’ve always been surprised that our cells can distinguish between hydrogen and lithium. Scientific American had an article, probably in the 1980s, about the profound effects of lithium. The article is titled something like “How Lithium Works in the Body”. The article wandered all around that topic before conceding that we have no idea how it works.

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