Adenine, Biology

Adenine is one of the four nitrogen-containing bases occurring in the nucleotides, the building blocks of organic macromolecule group called as nucleic acids (DNA and RNA). Adenine is the base in the energy carrying molecule known as ATP (adenosine triphosphate) which is the energy coin of cell.

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