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Twin helix

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twin helix --> Watson-Crick helix

The helical structure assumed by two strands of deoxyribonucleic acid, held together throughout their length by hydrogen bonds between bases on opposite strands, referred to as Watson-crick base pairing.

See: base pair.

Synonym: dNA helix, double helix, twin helix.