The terminal residue whose C5¿ is not linked to another nucleotide is called the 5¿ end, and the terminal residue whose C3¿ is not linked to another nucleotide is called the 3¿ end. By convention, the sequence of nucleotide residues in a nucleic acid is written, left to right, from the 5¿ end to the 3¿ end.
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- (no access) - Voet's Fundamentals of Biochemistry 4th Edition.pdf, p78
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