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Does DNA give positive tests for:

  • Amides (using Hinsberg , isocarbonyl or any such test)
  • Alcohols
  • Phosphates (using the Ammonium Molybdate test)?

I will be extracting DNA from fruits and putting them under these tests.

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Hi Siddhartha, can you fill in what your own hypotheses would be and then someone can confirm them for you? –  jonsca Dec 25 '12 at 0:08
    
I do believe they should react to the test as DNA's do have a phosphate , alcoholic and amide group..but i cant be sure that it will give these tests.. for DNA might protect/or these groups might not react –  Siddhartha Sinha Dec 25 '12 at 17:10