Written by Prerak Juthani (PEACE Advisor)
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**Another important note for this question is the fact that prior to be added to DNA or RNA, nucleotides are present in the triphosphate form and it is the hydrolysis of the pyrophosphate that provides the energy for addition. In this case, the ATP is the triphosphate form of the adenine nucleotide prior to its addition to RNA.**