I know that nucleotides are the building blocks of both DNA and RNA, meaning nucleotide analogues that prevent the creation of viral RNA can also prevent the creation of normal cell DNA, meaning they can cause problems in dividing cells. This is also reflected in the nucleotide analogue article of Wikipedia:
They are not specific to viral DNA and also affect mitochondrial DNA. Because of this, they have side effects such as bone marrow suppression.
So does Remdesivir cause bone marrow suppression?
If not please explain why.