Chem4Kids.com: Nucleic AcidsAtlanta - United States
Offers a very brief introduction to the types of nucleic acids and their five basic building blocks: uracil, cytosine, thymine, adenine, and guanine.
Chem4Kids.com: Biochemistry: Nucleic Acids
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Nucleic acids are fascinating. About every decade a new feature of their role in biology is uncovered. Initially it was as the repository of genetic information (genomic DNA). Then it was as the medium by which that information is converted into proteins (messenger and transfer RNA). Then it was as catalysts (ribozymes and the ribosome). And then, in spectacular fashion, it was as a parallel and previously unseen universe of genetic control (smal
Archives from research in analysis, separation, synthesis, biosynthesis, analogues, derivatives, isotopes, radiated modifications, glycosylation, polyamines and peptides, Applications in medicine, food chemistry, nutrition, pharmacology, and roles in pathophysiology from Springer.