Subject: What exactly keeps DNA from dissociating??
Date: Thu Sep 28 20:52:28 2006
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Area of science: Biochemistry
The average cell is made of 60-80% water. DNA's nucleotides are held together
by hydrogen bonds. Since water can break hydrogen bonds, what keeps these DNA
molecules from dissociating?
Re: What exactly keeps DNA from dissociating??
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