What Are Nucleotides Made of?

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A nucleotide is made up of a nitrogenous base and 2'-deoxyribose which is a 5 carbon sugar. The base of the nucleotide is either composed of pyrimidine or a purine. Nucleotide molecules are joined together to form either DNA or RNA.
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