A probe which is a molecule used to locate specific sequences in a mixture
of DNA or RNA molecules could be:
a. A single stranded RNA
b. A single stranded DNA
c. Either RNA or DNA
d. Can be ss DNA but not ss RNA


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2015-06-19T19:50:00+05:30

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A probe which is a molecule used to locate specific sequences in a mixture of DNA or RNA molecules could be either RNA or DNA.
So, the answer is option c.
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The answer is: (c) either RNA or DNA.
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