Detection of amino acetonitrile in Sgr B2(N)

@article{Belloche2008DetectionOA,
  title={Detection of amino acetonitrile in Sgr B2(N)},
  author={A. Belloche and K. Menten and C. Comito and H. Muller and P. Schilke and J. Ott and S. Thorwirth and C. Hieret},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2008},
  volume={482},
  pages={179-196}
}
Context. Amino acids are building blocks of proteins and therefore key ingredients for the origin of life. The simplest amino acid, glycine (NH2CH2COOH), has long been searched for in the interstellar medium but has not been unambiguously detected so far. At the same time, more and more complex molecules have been newly found toward the prolific Galactic center source Sagittarius B2. Aims. Since the search for glycine has turned out to be extremely difficult, we aimed at detecting a… Expand
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