Answer to Question #175057 in Molecular Biology for Carol Banks

Question #175057

what supplies the energy to form phosphodiester bonds as DNA is replicated?


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2021-03-24T08:57:22-0400

The pyrophosphate is released during the formation of phosphodiester bond. The cleavage of this pyrophosphate provides the energy that is required for the formation of further phosphodiester bonds during DNA replication.


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