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DNA fragments from a are transferred to a nitrocellulose paper during the procedure called Southern blotting.

DNA fragments from a are transferred to a nitrocellulose paper during the procedure called Southern blotting. The purpose of transferring the DNA from a gel to nitrocellulose paper is to
(A)permanently attach the DNA fragments to a substrate
(B)separate the two complementary DNA strands
(C)transfer only the DNA that is of interest
(D)prepare the DNA for digestion with restriction enzymes
(E)separate out the PCRs
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DNA fragments a gel are transferred to a nitrocellulose paper during the procedure called
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