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Enzyme that unwinds double helix to start replication?
Helicase
Helicase splits the molecule at which bases? Why?
A-T pairs (Adenine-Thyamine)-- They are connected by only two hydrogen bonds, which makes them easier to pull apart th
What is the replication fork?
The junction of unwound molecules.
Why is the DNA strand considered semi-conservative?
1 new and 1 old
What does protein SSB do?
Keeps hlicase state and separated - it wants to come back together.