In nature, the most possible reason that
helix is chosen as the basic structure of life molecule is based on its
simplest chiral three-dimensional structure. The process of the conversion from
chemical molecules to double helical molecules is completed by the topology
effect which belongs to the simplest way to form helix, and no external power
is needed; moreover, the energy of double helix has fixed drive direction .
The dual-branch loop helix (II)—the transition state of double helix has many
uses, for example, it can be turned to double helix, and it may be broken into
two fragments of a and b which can construct more complicated structures. So the dual- branch
loop helix (II) can provide special "building block" of assembling
biomembrane and other life molecules.
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