The DNA sequence below is used by the primase to synthesize a primer. What is the sequence of the primer? - 5’-ACGTGCT-3’

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    The DNA sequence below is used by the primase to synthesize a primer. What is the sequence of the primer? - 5’-ACGTGCT-3’ 5'-AGCACGU-3' Primer is a short RNA stretch made by primase. Primase is RNA polymerase, uses nucleotide triphosphates to make a short RNA stretch which is complementary to the 3' end of the template. RNA chains are made 5' to 3' using ribo-nucleoside triphosphates (has U, not T).

    • 06 Dec 2017 @ 08:34


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