DNA and RNA (nucleic acids) are polymers of nucleotides that are broken down, first, by pancreatic enzymes and then completed by intestinal

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DNA and RNA (nucleic acids) are polymers of nucleotides that are broken down, first, by pancreatic enzymes and then completed by intestinal brush border enzymes which include phosphatase and _____________.

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    Nucleosidase

    Explanation:

    DNA and RNA function as genetic material in organism and proteins are synthesized on the bases of information stored in theses nucleic acids. However as these nucleic acids molecules are present in every cell so they also need to be digested and used as energy source.

    • First, the pancreatic enzymes nucleases released from pancreatic acinar cells causes the breakdown of Deoxyribonucleic acid and ribonucleic acids into nucleotides.
    • These nucleotides are degraded into nucleosides by phosphatase enzyme that remove the phosphate group from a nucleotide.
    • Then hydrolysis of Nucleosides into base and sugar is caused by the enzyme Nucleosidase.

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