Question

Which of the following sequences in double-stranded DNA is
most likely to be recognized as a cutting site for a restriction
enzyme?
(A) AAGG
TTCC
(B) GGCC
CCGG
(C) ACCA
TGGT
(D) AAAA
TTTT

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