Explain about gout disease, Biology

Q. Explain about Gout disease?

Gout is a chronic disease due to an inherited abnormality of purine metabolism. What are purines? You may recall studying about purines and their metabolism, in the Nutritional Biochemistry Course. Purine, is a nitrogenous base found in the nucleotides for the synthesis of DNA and RNA. Let us now understand the role of purines and protein in precipitating the metabolic disorder gout.

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