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What is the difference between DNA and RNA?


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There are notable differences between DNA and RNA.

Some are in behaviour, whilst others in chemical structure and make-up.

The RNA tends to be based in the cytoplasm of the cell, the DNA in the nucleus.

Also, RNA contains the base uracil and not thymine, whilst for DNA it is the other way around.

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