Nucleic Acid Recognition

The long, chain-like molecules known as polynucleotides, or nucleic acids, are made up of many virtually identical nucleotides. Each nucleotide is made up of a pentose (five-carbon) sugar connected to a phosphate group, which is then bonded to an aromatic base with nitrogen.




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