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What unzips a molecule into two strands?

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Enzymes "unzip" the DNA.
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What enzyme unwinds are unzips the parent strand?

during nucleic acid reading and replication the double strand of  DNA must be unwound and opened up (unzipped) at the same time. In  the polymerase complex this function is

At the beginning of DNA replication what two processes unzip the two strands of a DNA molecule?

Transcription and replication. According to evolution that is. Is this question asking at the begininning of time, or an overall in-body DNA question? Life as we know it canno