Purines is an aromatic heterocyclic organic compound found in meat and meat products. It consists of an imidazole ring fused to a pyrimidine ring. These rings found in nitrogen-containing heterocycles compounds. Purines and pyrimidines divided into two groups of nitrogenous bases. Purines contain the adenine and guanine and thymine and cytosine as pyrimidines. This base binds with their complementary one with hydrogen bonds.
Both purines and pyrimidines present in equal quantities in DNA and RNA. They are self-inhibiting and activating compounds. When purines are formed, they inhibit the enzymes required for the formation of more purine. Pyrimidine simultaneously self-inhibits and activates purine in similar manner. Because of this, there is an equal ratio of both substances in the cell at all times.
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