What Do Nucleic Acids and Proteins Have in Common?

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The one thing that nucleic acids and proteins have in common is that are both large polymers. Proteins are made up of many amino acids. Nucleic acids are made up of many nucleotides.
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They are both macromolecules and large polymers.
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