DNA replication, transcription, and translation all have enzymes whose job it is to attach the complementary nucleotides

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DNA replication, transcription, and translation all have enzymes whose job it is to attach the complementary nucleotides to an existing strand. Nonetheless, these enzymes do make mistakes at a rate of about 1 per every 100,000 nucleotides. That might not seem like much, until you consider how much DNA a cell has. In humans, with our 6 billion base pairs in each diploid cell, that would amount to how many mistakes?

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