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&nbsp;Commonly pronounced "five prime" phosphate. It refers to the carbon number 5 on the pentose sugar of the DNA/RNA sugar-phosphate backboke being attatched to a phosphate<sup>(1)<ref>1. Alberts B. Molecular biology of the cell. New York, NY [u.a.]: Garland Science Taylor &amp; Francis; 2008.</ref></sup><sup></sup><sup></sup>.&nbsp;
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&nbsp;Commonly pronounced "five prime" phosphate. It refers to the carbon number 5 on the pentose sugar of the DNA/RNA sugar-phosphate backboke being attatched to a phosphate<sup>(<ref>1. Alberts B. Molecular biology of the cell. New York, NY [u.a.]: Garland Science Taylor &amp;amp; Francis; 2008.</ref></sup><sup></sup><sup></sup>.&nbsp;
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1. Alberts B. Molecular biology of the cell. New York, NY [u.a.]: Garland Science Taylor &amp; Francis; 2008.

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 Commonly pronounced "five prime" phosphate. It refers to the carbon number 5 on the pentose sugar of the DNA/RNA sugar-phosphate backboke being attatched to a phosphate([1]

1. Alberts B. Molecular biology of the cell. New York, NY [u.a.]: Garland Science Taylor & Francis; 2008.


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