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Terrestrial Origins and Evolution
DNA chain


The backbone of standard DNA (the blue spiral ribbon-like structure in this drawing) contains an alternating chain of linked phosphate and sugar molecules. Strong evidence indicates that in GFAJ-1 the phosphate is replaced by arsenate. Credit: U.S. National Library of Medicine

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