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MIDTERM EXAM II = July 12tr,2CIlo ryt -\IBB 222 t0-_1 IxsrRucroR: Dr. Tarailo-Graovac Srcrtox fV: Problems (Total 25 marks) 22) A secondary structure of a DNA and DNA replication (10 marks). Consider the follouing strand of a double-helical DNA, which is a part of a much longer molecule in E t. colr. s, - c c c-c-\l TAT TT C TCALL{TA]I G C G C -3' I , -___-i__ ___- al \\-rire rhe ba:e sequence of the complementary strand. (l mark) /,, ,. tt,gq:T4r444 g aart;1 hl tAc-q a&-/, i '(() ) ) b, \\-rire rhe nR\A sequence for the coding stranri. (t mait<; 5 -G LGchAuAl J) C 0 cAhAAt) AuVQcGL_ 3'( 1 ) c ' Ir tle proilmera<e stans replicating this sesment (double-stranded DNA) from the left, draw the moiecule $iel the D\-{ pollmera:e is halfrvay along this segment and clearly depict leading
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