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    If 22% of the nucleotides of a DNA molecule are deoxyadenosine and during replication the relative amounts of available deoxynucleoside triphosphates are 22% dATP, 22% dCTP, 28% dGTP and 28% dTTP, which will be limiting to the replication?

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    BASE
    SIZE
    ADENINE ( A ) BIG
    GUANINE ( G ) BIG
    CYTOSINE ( C ) SMALL
    THYMINE ( T ) SMALL

    THE FOLLOWING PATTERNS ARE SEEN:
    A = T
    G = C

    The energy released by hydrolysis of ...

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