“There are as many atoms in one molecule of DNA as there are stars in a typical galaxy.” ― Carl Sagan DNA has 23 pairs of chromosomes, comprising about 6 billion neucleotides. The neucleotides are made up of guanine, adenine, cytosine and thymine. Each neucleotide has approximately 34 atoms. Therefore, human DNA contains an estimated total of 204 billion atoms.
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