Nucleotides are biologically ubiquitous substances in our body, which participate in almost all biochemical processes.
They form the monomeric units of nucleic acids and thus play a central role in the expression and storage of genetic information.
Nucleotides play an essential role in the chain of amino acids
Nucleotides are not only the basic unit of genetic material in all living things, they also play a role in energy, metabolism and signaling in cells.
Examples of nucleosides include adenosine, cytidine, guanosine, and thymidine. Nucleotides function as signaling molecules and are precursors of nucleotides necessary for DNA and RNA synthesis.
Nucleosides play an important role in medicine and molecular biology and are used as anti) aage, antiviral or anticancer agents. Examples of nucleotides include adenine, cytosine, guanine, thymine, and uracil