Explain how DNA polymerase, the double helix structure of DNA, and the base-pairing rules work together to produce two identical copies of the...
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Explain how DNA polymerase, the double helix structure of DNA, and the base-pairing rules work together to produce

two identical copies of the original DNA molecule. 

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The DNA before replication uncoils and the two strands separate, this happens thanks to Topoisomerase and Helicase. From each... View the full answer

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