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By Jessica Goodell, John Hearn
By W. Jackson Bate
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A young biochemist has caused a ruckus in the scientific community with her claim that one of the basic elements in the formula that has long been considered to define the building blocks of life may be swapped out—and for arsenic, no less.
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