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Why Is DNA Structure Important?

The molecular structure of DNA is the ultimate clue to its ability to replicate, code for proteins, and undergo mutation

Photo by Sangharsh Lohakare on Unsplash

Introduction

DNA consists of a double-stranded helical structure. Both the strand are complementary to each other and bonded together by double and triple H — bonds (Hydrogen

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