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complementarity

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  1. In molecular biology, complementarity is a property of double-stranded nucleic acids such as DNA and RNA as well as DNA:RNA duplexes

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    created by user picturefactobot on November 21, 2008
  2. Each strand is complementary to the other in that the base pairs between them are non-covalently connected via two or three hydrogen bonds

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  3. Since there is only one complementary base for any of the bases found in DNA and in RNA, one can reconstruct a complementary strand for any single strand

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  4. This is essential for DNA replication

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  5. For example, the complementary strand of the DNA sequence A G T C A T G is T C A G T A C tRNAs exhibit wobble, in which the third base of their anticodon does not follow the strict complementarity rules

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