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2011-03-18

AUTHORS

Ingrid M Weiss

ABSTRACT

Amorphous mineral phases play important roles in the skeletons of many organisms, but the molecular basis for species-specific control is still under debate. The demonstration that energy-rich metabolites such as phosphoenolpyruvate stabilize amorphous calcium carbonate (ACC) in crayfish inspires speculation about calcium minerals in emerging metabolisms.

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192-193

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nchembio.550

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