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Nucleobase is a DNA component that connects the two long DNA strands. Main nucleobases are adenine(A), thymine(T), guanine(G), and cytosine(C). Nucleobase pairs are A with T, and G with C. Three continuous nucleobases determine a specific amino acid, the basic unit of proteins that make up your body.

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