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Biological macromolecules

What biological macromolecule are genes enocoded in
Question asked by: katphish

Asked on: 18 Sep 2008

Presumably the answer to this is that DNA is what genes are encoded in.

These use base pairs in a massive double helix chain in order to encode the information about the genetic information.

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Replied at: 25 Sep 2008
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