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What is DNA helicase?

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DNA helicase is an enzyme that breaks the hydrogen bonds between complementary bases in DNA to expose the template strand of DNA ready for transcription.

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DNA helicase is an enzyme which travels along the DNA strand and catalyses the reactions that break hydrogen bonds between complementary bases on opposite strands.

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Leena El

enzyme that unwinds the double stranded DNA helix, usually used for DNA replication

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