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Adenine is one of the four bases in DNA that make up the letters ATGC, adenine is the "A". The others are guanine, cytosine, and thymine. Adenine always pairs with thymine.
New tool to help unravel the function of an elusive DNA structure

New tool to help unravel the function of an elusive DNA structure

Ataxin-1 affects the development of the nervous system

Ataxin-1 affects the development of the nervous system

New insight into how sunlight affects DNA

New insight into how sunlight affects DNA

New insights into brain cell metabolism from PET and MRI scans

New insights into brain cell metabolism from PET and MRI scans

Scientists take aim at virulent bacteria by decoding machinery of key control enzyme

Scientists take aim at virulent bacteria by decoding machinery of key control enzyme

Could NAADP/cholecystokinin-combo attack fat from inside and out?

Could NAADP/cholecystokinin-combo attack fat from inside and out?

Controversial theory about how diabetes causes extensive tissue damage

Controversial theory about how diabetes causes extensive tissue damage

Flaw in DNA helps explain cancers and aging

Flaw in DNA helps explain cancers and aging

How DNA repair machinery detects and corrects errors in DNA replication

How DNA repair machinery detects and corrects errors in DNA replication

Positron emission tomography offers a better way to observe the damage that strokes and neurodegenerative diseases wreak on brain cells

Positron emission tomography offers a better way to observe the damage that strokes and neurodegenerative diseases wreak on brain cells

Vitamin discovery offers clues for cancer chemotherapy

Vitamin discovery offers clues for cancer chemotherapy

New technique of identifying genes may help researchers developing drugs

New technique of identifying genes may help researchers developing drugs

A burst of brain energy depends more on a unique molecular cycle than on blood flow variation

A burst of brain energy depends more on a unique molecular cycle than on blood flow variation