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How many hydrogen bonds form between cytosine and guanine?

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There are 3 hydrogen bonds between cytosine and guanine.

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Hasan Shahzad

Three hydrogen bonds.

I always remember the bases like 'Taxi' but instead 'TAGC'

TA have 2 hydrogen bonds and GC have 3 :)

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