what is a single strand of DNA
Posted in the Genetics Forum
Since: Sep 11
#1 Oct 24, 2011
i've read about the double helix, the ladder shaped macromolecule;
but i'm not clear on what constitutes a single strand of DNA;
is it the ladder itself?
is it half of the ladder? ie, a strip of 'half-rungs' plus one 'side rail'?
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