Spin phase links up the genetic code with the protein synthesis - a long-expected answer on how the genetics works

Author(s): Alexander A.Tulub

The anticodon-codon (A-C) segment and the tRNA charging segment (7 nanometers apart) are coupled through the spin torque current arising as a response to the triplet-singlet (T-S) crossing (the T and S energies are equal) on the A-C segment. If the direction of the torque vector at the tRNA end matches with the spin direction on the attachable amino acid (AA) - spin directions must be opposite - theAAbonding to the tRNA(the tRNAcharging) is allowed, if not the bonding is forbidden. The finding works flawless and has multiple applications, including the creation of newmaterials with quantum properties.

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