What is a nucleotide?

A nucleotide. Form the basic structural unit of nucleic acids such as dna.

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What is radio nucleotide?

Radionuclide? A radionucleotide is a nucleotide (i.e., one of the building blocks of nucleic acid) tagged with one radioactive atom. It's a common error for a radionuclide, an atom with an unstable nucleus. These are used in nuclear medicine. Read more...
Radioactive. These are molecules and atoms that have unstable nuclei and so decay with the release of radioactive particles. Examples are tritium, radium and tecnetium. Read more...