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The sequence of the pair of primers

The diagram shows a DNA region to be amplified by PCR. Determine the sequence of the pair of primers (10 nucleotide long) that will allow you to amplify by PCR the DNA between the two stretches of sequence shown below.. The I symbol indicates the beginning and the end of the DNA segment you want to amplify. The dashes (-) represent the sequence in the DNA region of 250 bp. Only one strand of DNA is shown.
5′-CTACGTATGCATGC I
250 by target region)
CATACGGGATTGAT-3′

a) (3 pts) What is the sequence of the forward primer? Properly label the 5′ and 3′ ends. b) (3 pts) What is the sequence of the reverse primer? Properly label the 5′ and 3′ ends. c) (2 pts) If you run an agarose gel after PCR, how long is the PCR band produced?