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Protein enzymes must therefore have come relatively late in biopoesis. What preceded them ? Even simpler amino acid polymers cannot have been primitive and it would appear that the choice lies between postulating an inorganic crystal-clay or quartz as the primary catalyst or assuming that in the early stages there was no heterocatalysis and that reactions proceeded through the diffusion of active radicals as Pringle [i] has proposed. The discussion of the first stages of biopoesis, the formation of what Pirie  has called probiotic soups, involves not only the chemical problems of the formation of the particular organic molecules they contained and of the reaction chains that link them, but also the physico-chemical problem of how these molecular concentrations were built up and maintained.
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