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How is the double helix made up?
How is the double helix made up?
Two outer strands of the ladder are formed by a chain of alternating sugar and phosphate links. The rungs of the ladder are formed from pairs of bases linked by weak hydrogen bonds. The base pairs are attached to the sugar molecules.
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