DNA: a base or an acid?

Gilbert S.H. Tan gilbertt at temasek.teleview.com.sg.
Mon Oct 28 23:54:36 EST 1996

DNA or RNA, both are acids due to the phosphate group which makes for the 
-P=O and the -P-O<minus> gourp, the acid groups.

Bases of DNA and RNA refer to Uracil, Thymine, Cytidine, Adenine and 

Hope my two cents has helped

Tan Ly-Ann <biotechnology student>
c/o gilbert@
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