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Entanglement Swapping Model of DNA Replication

  title={Entanglement Swapping Model of DNA Replication},
  author={Onur Pusuluk and Cemsinan Deliduman},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
Molecular biology explains function of molecules by their geometric and electronic structures which are mainly determined by utilization of quantum e ects in chemistry. However, further quantum e ects are not thought to play any significant role in the essential processes of life. On the contrary, consideration of quantum circuits/protocols and organic molecules as software and hardware of living systems that are co-optimized during evolution, may be useful to pass over the di culties raised by… 

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