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Problem: A chemical modification that methylates DNA bases causes:a. Enhancement of transcriptionb. Gene amplificationc. Activation of RNA polymerased. Inactivation and silencing of DNAe. None of the above are correct

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A chemical modification that methylates DNA bases causes:

a. Enhancement of transcription

b. Gene amplification

c. Activation of RNA polymerase

d. Inactivation and silencing of DNA

e. None of the above are correct

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