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How to Pronounce guanine?

Correct pronunciation for the word "guanine" is [ɡwˈɑːna͡ɪn], [ɡwˈɑːna‍ɪn], [ɡ_w_ˈɑː_n_aɪ_n].

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"Guanine" in context

Guanine is a purine base found in the nucleic acid of both RNA and DNA. It is one of the four main nitrogenous bases that are essential for DNA replication, the other three being thymine, cytosine, and adenine. Guanine pairs with the other nucleic acid, cytosine, and is connected by three hydrogen bonds within the double helix structure. This particular pairing between guanine and cytosine is known as a Watson-Crick base pairing. Guanine is essential for correct ribonucleic acid reading; it conserves the integrity of the genetic code within the double helix.

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Usage over time for guanine:

This graph shows how "guanine" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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