The nucleotides of a double-stranded DNA molecule pair so that an adenine (A) of one strand hydrogen bonds to a thymine (T) of the other strand, and a guanine (G) of one strand hydrogen bonds to a cytosine (C) of the other. The dotted lines represent hydrogen bonds.
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