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7.1 DNA Structure and replication
Nucleosomes help to supercoil the DNA
DNA Structure suggested a mechanism for DNA replication
DNA polymerases can only add nucleotides to the 3' end of a primer
DNA Replication is continuous on the leading strand, and discontinuous on the lagging strand
DNA Replication is carried out by a complex system of enzymes
Some regions of DNA do not code for proteins but have other important functions
Rosalind Franklin and Maurice Wilkin's investigation of DNA by X-Ray diffraction
Use of nucleotides containing dideoxyribonucleic acid to stop DNA replication in preparation of samples for base sequencing
Tandem repeats are used in DNA profiling
Utilization of molecular visualization software to analyze the association between protein and DNA with
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