Results for: Cytosine

In Biology

What is cytosine?

Answer \n. \n. \nCytosine is a nitrogen bases that is found in the DNA. There is four nitrogen bases and this is one of them.\nThe amount of cytosine in cells always equa (MORE)

Cytosine bonds to?

The nitrogenous base, Cytosine, pairs with the nitrogenous base, Guanine. In DNA: . Cytosine - Guanine . Adenine - Thymine In RNA: . Cytosine - Guanine . Adenine (MORE)
In Biology

What are thymine and cytosine?

Thymine and cytosine are two nitrogen bases found in DNA. DNA is composed of thousands of nucleotides which are composed of one of four nitrogen bases. Both of these nitrogen (MORE)

What are cytosine and guanine?

They are priyimidine bases in DNA and RNA that bond with each other. The other pair is Adenine and Thymine, which are the purines.
In Biology

Is cytosine a protein?

Cytosine is one of the nucleotide bases that comprise DNA and Rna, while protein is [always] composed from amino acids.
In Cancer

Is cytosine chemotherapy?

Cytosine is a nucleic acid residue. As far as I know it is not used in any kind of chemotherapy; normally antineoplastic drugs attempt to slow down DNA synthesis, not provide (MORE)