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Introduces the functional differences between DNA and RNA and the structure of DNA polymers.

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    DNA and RNA

    DNA and RNA

    by Idaho Open Science '16 //at grade
    Covers the structures of DNA and RNA.
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    Nanotechnology: Now for Nucleic Acids!

    Nanotechnology: Now for Nucleic Acids!

    by Apoorva Handigol //at grade
    Nucleic acids are organic compounds or acids which are made up of nucleotides.
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    Ribonucleic Acid: the Ribbon

    Ribonucleic Acid: the Ribbon

    by Apoorva Handigol //at grade
    RNA, or Ribonucleic Acid, is a nucleic acid that is present in all living cells. It works to synthesize proteins, duplicate genetic material, and express and regulate genes. The structure of RNA is half of the DNA spiraling ladder.
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