3. Primary structure
|Nucleosides are link together by phosphodiester
linkages to form a single strand as shown in Figure 1 and Figure 2 (A-A-A) . The phosphate
ester links the 3' and 5' oxygens of two sugars.
The DNA single strand can be represented in a simple way by its base
sequencing. The base sequence contains the encoded genetic information
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