(a) DNA is typically double stranded, whereas RNA is typically single stranded. (b) Although it is single stranded, RNA can fold upon itself, with the folds stabilized by short areas of complementary base pairing within the molecule, forming a three-dimensional structure.; https://cnx.org/contents/5CvTdmJL@6.1:hRuNts1p@5/10-3-Structure-and-Function-of-RNA#OSC_Microbio_10_03_RNAStruct2; Download for free at http://cnx.org/contents/e42bd376-624b-4c0f-972f-e0c57998e765@6.1.Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 license.


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OpenStax: RNA