Nucleic Acids are polymers of nucleotides. These may either be single-stranded or double-stranded, due to the formation of H-bonds between the complementary bases of the two strands. In humans, DNA is in the double-stranded form.
The template strand of a given gene includes the sequence 3' - T G A T G T C C G A T T - 5'. What is the sequence of the non-template strand?
A. 3' - A C T A C A G G C T A A - 5'
B. 3' - T T A G C C T G T A G T - 5'
C. 5' - T G A T G T C C G A T T - 3'
D. 5' - A C T A C A G G C T A A - 3'
E. 5' - T T A G C C T G T A G T - 3'
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