complementary base pairing

Part A: DNA: complementary strand: 

The following homepage will help to understand the comparison of DNA and RNA. 

https://www.technologynetworks.com/genomics/lists/what-are-the-key-differences-between-dna-and-rna-296719#:~:text=Due%20to%20its%20deoxyribose%20sugar,not%20stable%20in%20alkaline%20conditions (Links to an external site.).

 

Logic: 

Adenine (A) – Thymine (T)  => A-T

Guanine (G) – Cytosine (C) => G-C

 

Bill=> 5’ACG TCA ATG GGG AAT GGT-3’

           3′ TGC 

 

Hector => 5’ATG TCA GTG GAG ATG CGT-3’

                   3’

 

Gustavo => 5’GAG CCC GTG GTC ATG ACT-3’

           =>3’

 

Jorge => 5’ CTA TTT CCC GGG CGA TAG-3’

          =>3’

 

Part B: RNA: complementary strand: 

RNA: complementary strand: 

Logic: 

Adenine (A) – Uracil (U)  => A-U

Guanine (G) – Cytosine (C) => G-C

Base pairing rules made simple:

https://www.albert.io/blog/similarities-between-dna-and-rna/#:~:text=Both%20DNA%20and%20RNA%20have,Uracil%20while%20DNA%20has%20Thymine).&text=Secondly%2C%20DNA%20is%20double%2Dstranded,structurally%20stable%20compared%20to%20RNA (Links to an external site.).

 

Please write the complementary RNA sequence:

Jennifer DNA Sequence 5′ TTT   AAA GCA TAC GGT AGC CGT AAA AGT”

               RNA sequence   3′ 

 

Please write the complementary RNA sequence:

Jose            DNA Sequence 5′ AAA  TTA  GCT  TAC  AAT   ATG   CCC AAA TCA”

                    RNA sequence  3′   

 

Please write the complementary RNA sequence:

Mario         DNA Sequence 5′ AAA  TTA  AAA  TAC GGG  CAT   AAC  ATA  AAG”

                   RNA sequence  3′ 

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