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2) If you were to observe the activity of methylated DNA, you would expect it to

A) be replicating nearly continuously.

B) be unwinding in preparation for protein synthesis.

C) have turned off or slowed down the process of transcription.

D) be very actively transcribed and translated.

E) induce protein synthesis by not allowing repressors to bind to it.

Answer:

C) have turned off or slowed down the process of transcription.

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