Read carefully the article: Biro, J. (2004). Seven fundamental, unsolved questions in molecular biology. Cooperative storage and bi-directional transfer of biological information by nucleic acids and proteins: an alternative to “central dogma”. http://eds.a.ebscohost.com.vlib.excelsior.edu/plink?key=10.4.20.27_8000_1520928681&db=edselp&AN=S0306987704004049&site=eds-live&scope=site This article was published in 2004, which means the research was done in 2003. In this discussion we will explore the recent developments that may have impacted Brio’s questions. Select one of the seven fundamental unsolved questions In your own words, explain this fundamental, unsolved question Now do some research using the EC Library and/or Google Scholar to determine if this is STILL a question or if there is some newer research that addresses this concern. Describe the results of your research – is there now an answer? Has the question changed? Is there a partial resolution or no change at all? RE-write the question, either as a new question, a lingering question or a solution.
Genes Name: Institution: Course: Date: Genes Biro J.C. in one of his most accredited and referenced papers, seven fundamental, unsolved questions in molecular biology. Cooperative storage and bi-directional transfer of biological information by nucleic acids and proteins: an alternative to â€œcentral dogmaâ€, brings out some very intriguing points. In the paper Biro brings to the attention of the genetic science community, the fact that there are some seven questions the still remain unanswered. The