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Well, Those Symmetries Of DNA Do Not Seem To Require >3D.

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Posted by Alexander on November 20, 2001 17:37:13 UTC

But if you want a comprehensive analysis - I am not the exact specialist in multidimensional symmetries - it should be a mathematician who dealt with close problem. So, you should send it to some journal and they upon looking at it find the right guy (or a few) who will take a close look at you combinations and permutations. That is how science works - in discussions with specialists in particular field.

I just do not see here needs in higher spatial dimensions.

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