For easy-listening music, put on the protein CD


BEETHOVEN it’s not. But it does sound mellow and jazzy, if a little disjointed. It’s music made by translating into sound the sequences of amino acids that make up proteins. Rie Takahashi and Jeffrey Miller of the University of California, Los Angeles, say that their music is more listenable than previous attempts to “musicalise” proteins and DNA. The pair assigned each of the 20 amino acids not to a single note but to a triad chord, a group of three notes which produce a pleasant harmony when played together. To smooth out the music,
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