Nucleic Acids and Nucleotides

  • Helmut K. Mangold

Abstract

The nucleic acids are polymers which form the prosthetic group of nucleoproteins.

Keywords

Adenosine Gypsum Nicotinic Acid Tert Octyl Alcohol 

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