RNA Basepairs – Tales from the Genome


Okay, most likely, we would expect to see the RNA folded on itself somehow. And it can do this because, wherever base pairing can actually occur, meaning whenever you have a stretch of nitrogenous bases or letters that actually match up. That the RNA can actually fold back and pair with itself. So although it doesn’t have a complete complementary second strand like DNA would have. It can still base pair and usually it will base pair on itself, if it can by just folding back an matching any regions that it has. [BLANK_AUDIO].

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