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11 June, 04:03

How does dna fingerprinting distinguish one individual from another? dna fingerprinting makes use of noncoding sections of dna that consist of two to five bases repeated over and over again which looks for the number of times such a sequence is repeated. dna fingerprinting makes use of coding sections of dna that consist of two to five bases repeated over and over again which looks for the number of times such a sequence is repeated. dna fingerprinting makes use of noncoding sections of dna that consist of a single base repeated over and over again which looks for the number of times such a sequence is repeated. dna fingerprinting makes use of noncoding sections of rna that consist of two to five bases repeated over and over again which looks for the number of times such a sequence is repeated. dna fingerprinting makes use of coding sections of rna that consist of two to five bases repeated over and over again which looks for the number of times such a sequence is repeated?

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  1. 11 June, 04:59
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    The correct answer is: dna fingerprinting makes use of coding sections of dna that consist of two to five bases repeated over and over again which looks for the number of times such a sequence is repeated.

    RNA is a molecule responsible for encoding proteins.
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