Complementary strand

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Mammalian DNA consists of two strands. These are know to be complementary following the Watson Crick base pairing rule, A-T and C-G.

For example if the top strand reads AGGTTCAG the bottom strand must read TCCAAGTC. This is complementary as it follows the base pairing rules.

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