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Although most viruses have double stranded DNA (dsDNA) some have single stranded DNA (ssDNA). If DNA extracted from a virus has 30% adenine, 20% thymine, 35% guanine and 15% cytosine, would you interpret this as the virus having dsDNA or ssDNA?
Because the proportion of adenine is different from the proportion of thymine and the proportion of guanine is different from that of cytosine it would be assumed this virus had ssDNA.
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