What Makes up the Handrails of the Helix of a DNA Molecule?

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Sugar phosphate makes up the handrails of the Helix of a DNA molecule. Nucleic acid, thymine, and adenine make up the steps. Guanine and Cytosine are also involved in making the step.
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The HANDRAILS are made of sugar phosphate. The steps are made of nucleic acids which are adenine and thymine, cytosine and guanine. If you want to go the extra mile on this one, the
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