Answer to Question #88484 in Biochemistry for Bhaichara

Question #88484
What are the similarities with respect to composition in the four DNA nucleotides?
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2019-04-25T04:05:18-0400

DNA consists of four nucleotides comprising adenosine monophosphate, thymidine monophosphate, cytidine monophosphate, and guanosine monophosphate. Each nucleotide in DNA molecule consists of one phosphate group, pentose residue (deoxyribose) and one of the nucleobases - adenine, thymine, cytosine, and guanine. As a result, all four nucleotides are similar in their structure but contain different nucleobases. As a result, nucleotides have different biochemical properties depending on the nucleobase.


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