Guanine

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Guanine&nbsp;is one of the four bases found in [[DNA|DNA]]. It is a [[Purine|purine]] and forms a complementary base pair with&nbsp;[[Cytosine|cytosine]] which is held together by three [[Hydrogen bond|hydrogen bonds]]. It can also&nbsp;be found within [[RNA|RNA&nbsp;]]as well as&nbsp;[[DNA|DNA]]&nbsp;molecules.<br>
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Guanine (G) is one of the four bases found in [[DNA|DNA]]. It is a derivative of a&nbsp;[[Purine|purine]] and forms a complementary base pair with&nbsp;[[Cytosine|cytosine]] which is held together by three [[Hydrogen bond|hydrogen bonds]]. It can also&nbsp;be found within [[RNA|RNA&nbsp;as]] well as&nbsp;[[DNA|DNA]]&nbsp;molecules.&nbsp;<br>

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Guanine (G) is one of the four bases found in DNA. It is a derivative of a purine and forms a complementary base pair with cytosine which is held together by three hydrogen bonds. It can also be found within RNA as well as DNA molecules. 

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