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What is guanine?

It is an organic base of the purine family. It was reported (1846) to be in the guano of birds; later (1879-84) it was established as one of the major constituents of nucleic (MORE)

What does guanine do?

guanine is the basic unit of life and will help you along the wayin the future when you are having problems
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What does guanine bond with?

Guanine bonds to Cytosine in DNA through three hydrogen bonds. It also bonds to a Deoxyribose molecule in the backbone of the DNA molecule.

What is adenine and guanine?

Adenine and Guanine arenucleic acids. They are found in DNA and RNA. In DNA Adenine bonds with another nucleic acid called Thymine and Guanine bonds with Cytosine. In RN (MORE)

What does guanine match with?

In DNA, Guanine matches with Cytosine and Adenine with Thymine. In RNA, Uracil is used instead of Thymine. Example: A - T G- C Or: A - U C - G

Is guanine a protein?

No. Guanine is a nucleobase and is part of the chemical backbone of DNA. Proteins are much, much larger and complex than nucleobases and are not part of the chemical structure (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.
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What is guanine used for?

Guanine is used for dead cells and it is also a cure for the cells to
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What does guanine combine with?

In DNA sequencing, Adenine and Guanine are known as "base pairs", and are purines, which form the building blocks of DNA and RNA. Guanine combines with Adenine in DNA sequenci (MORE)