If we are duplicating this DNA strand: 3 A T G C T A C G A A G C 5 Its complementary bases are [x].?

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  • 4 months ago

    You mean "if we are replicating..."

    The complementary sequence would be

    5'-TACGATGCTTCG-3'

    Use the revised rules from Chargaff and from Watson & Crick:

    1. C base pairs with G

    2. G base pairs with C

    3. A base pairs with T

    4. T base pairs with A

    5. The 5' end of one strand is base paired with the 3' end of the other strand

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