# Question 59 of 62 What is the complementary strand for the DNA strand 5-AAGGCAGG-3? A) 5-TTCCGTCC-3...

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Question 59 of 62 What is the complementary strand for the DNA strand 5-AAGGCAGG-3? A) 5-TTCCGTCC-3 B) 3-TTCCGTCC-5 C) 5-UUCCGUCC-3 D) 3-CCTTACTT-5 E) 3-AAGGCAGG-5

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