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#Biochemistry #voets
In a ribonucleotide or a deoxyribonucleotide, one or more phosphate groups are bonded to atom C3¿ or atom C5¿ of the pentose to form a 3¿-nucleotide or a 5¿-nucleotide, respectively (Fig. 3-1). When the phosphate group is absent, the compound is known as a nucleoside. A 5¿-nucleotide can therefore be called a nucleoside-5¿-phosphate. Nucleotides most commonly
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