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During replication, the template strand is being used by the DNA polymerase enzyme to synthesize its complementary strand. Following a semi-conservative process, this will be the resulting daughter double-stranded (ds) DNA placed in an antiparallel direction relative to the template strand. As a result, two daughter dsDNA will be created from a dsDNA parent. In this process, it should be remembered that from either strand A is complementary to T and C is complementary to G.
Given the following parent strand sequence, what would the daughter strand sequence look like? Note the given orientations of the strands. Parent sequence: 5' - GAT CAC TAT GGG CGA GTC TCC TGA - 3'
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