If a DNA strand has the nucleotide sequence of CCGAGATTG, what is the nucleotide sequence of the complementary strand?


When translating a strand of DNA, remember the following:
G translates into C, C translates into G
A translates into T, T translates into A
The translation between A and T has an exception when you translate to RNA:
T becaumes U, so A translates to U and when you translate from RNA to DNA then U translates to A.

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