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If a short sequence of DNA is 5’-CGTAATCGGATC-3’, its complementary RNA strand is

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  1. 5’- GCAUUAGCCUAG -3’.
  2. 5’- GAUCCGAUUACG - 3’.
  3. 5’-GATCCGATTACG - 3’.
  4. 5’-GCATTAGCCTAG - 3’.

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