Your body’s DNA is essentially a sequence of letters: A, C, T, and G. Shutterstock.

An Alphabet In Your Body

This sequence isn’t as long as the alphabet of letters, in any case. There are only four. These letters are A, C, T, and G. They stand for adenine, cytosine, thymine, and guanine. When these letters are combined, they make up your genetics, which communicates to your body.

It tells your body what molecules it should be making. Did you know that this runs about 6 billion letters long? Your story is not a short novel; it has sequel after sequel. With each strand, some portions are called sequences. 

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