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should it be complementary with 3 prime ends but they have put 5 prime ends for the answer. im confused
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https://pmt.physicsandmathstutor.com...ation%20QP.pdf

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question 1c

should it be complementary with 3 prime ends but they have put 5 prime ends for the answer. im confused
Which question do you mean? There is no 1c
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Which question do you mean? There is no 1c
Question 5c apologies
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Question 5c apologies
From what I remember from biochemistry, DNA polymerase is specific for and can only bind at the 5’ end. I think it has something to do with the position of the phosphate group on DNA. So the mark scheme seems correct to me
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