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A researcher while working in vitro (outside cell) added helicase enzyme which resulted in the untwisting of the DNA helix. But this untwisting led to strain ahead of the replication fork. Which enzyme can be added to correct this problem? A. Nuclease B. topoisomerase C. Telomerase

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