What is the role of DNA polymerase in DNA replication?


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What is the role of DNA polymerase in DNA replication?

1. The primarily role of DNA polymerase in DNA replication is to add the A's, C's, T's and G's to the elongating new strands of DNA. (Polymerization of dNTP's)
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DNA polymerase also proofreads the new copies, and changes the RNA primers used to initiate replication into DNA. (Short single stranded RNA primers find the start points of DNA replication, but they need to be converted into DNA before the pieces can be ligated together).

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