Problem: You sequenced three DNA strands that are fragments of a single gene. Manually assemble the fragments and write down the complete (full) sequence.Fragment 1: 5' - CCATGTCAGGGA - 3'Fragment 2: 3' - TTAATTTAGGGA - 5'Fragment 3: 5' - TAACCCCCATG - 3'

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For this problem, the gene was cut into small fragments. And as it could be observed, these fragments have points that can be overlapped to get a single DNA strand sequence.

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You sequenced three DNA strands that are fragments of a single gene. Manually assemble the fragments and write down the complete (full) sequence.

Fragment 1: 5' - CCATGTCAGGGA - 3'

Fragment 2: 3' - TTAATTTAGGGA - 5'

Fragment 3: 5' - TAACCCCCATG - 3'

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