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What is the purpose of DNA within the nucleus?

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The purpose of DNA is very profound in the cell.

It is the hub of life, in that the DNA stores all the genetic codes and make-up and information for a living organism.

Note only that, it also monitors and controls the production of the essential proteins within the cell, and therefore the profound and deep chemistry of life is the responsibility of DNA.

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