Answer to Question #58077 in Genetics for Sanjukta Ghosh

Question #58077
Is the PO4^2- group found in a nucleotide derived from H3PO4?
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2016-03-09T08:36:42-0500
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Assignment Expert
14.03.16, 20:50

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Sanjukta Ghosh
12.03.16, 19:24

Is the Phosphate group found in nucleotide of nucleic acids derived from H3PO4? What is the source of PO4 group of a nucleotide found in nucleic acids?

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12.03.16, 16:23

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Sanjukta Ghosh
11.03.16, 21:22

Reframed question: Is the Phosphate group found in nucleotide of nucleic acids derived from H3PO4? What is the source of PO4 group of a nucleotide found in nucleic acids?

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11.03.16, 16:06

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Sanjukta Ghosh
10.03.16, 06:33

Thank you for the answer but I should have made it clear that by nucleotides I mean the nucleotides found in nucleic acids. Are the PO4^2- in those nucleotides derived from H3PO4?

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