What Five Carbon Sugar Is Found in DNA?

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The five carbon sugar found in DNA (Deoxyribonucleic acid) is called deoxyribose. Other components of DNA include some phosphate groups and two nucleotides. Typically, with all these components, a DNA would appear double helix.
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