Problem: Which of the following is the most common place to find DNA methylation?A. on cytosines when they are base paired to guaninesB. on cytosines when adjacent to guaninesC. on guanines when adjacent to other guaninesD. on cytosines when adjacent to other cytosinesE. on guanines when adjacent to cytosines

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DNA Methylation: occurs on cytosine residues

: CpG = cytosine-phosphate-guanine → usual site of DNA methylation

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Which of the following is the most common place to find DNA methylation?

A. on cytosines when they are base paired to guanines

B. on cytosines when adjacent to guanines

C. on guanines when adjacent to other guanines

D. on cytosines when adjacent to other cytosines

E. on guanines when adjacent to cytosines

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