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How are nucleic acids (DNA and RNA) similar to proteins? How are they different?

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Default How are nucleic acids (DNA and RNA) similar to proteins? How are they different?



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"Describe the roles of DNA and RNA in protein synthesis. Give an original analogy that describes the relationship between DNA and RNA and how they function together." Thanks
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