DNA Helicase unwinds and splits the two strands of DNA.
The enzyme used to unzip human DNA (and RNA) is called helicase. There are a few types of helicase such as DNA helicase, RNA helicase, etc. Each type has its own specific role.
Helicase is an enzyme that unwinds the twisted DNA strand prior to DNA replication or Protein Synthesis.
Helicase is an enzyme involved in DNA replication. It unwinds and unzips the parental DNA strand.
Helicase is what will "unzip" the DNA.
the helicase single strand DNA and binding a proteins.
Two of the enzymes involved in DNA replication are helicase and DNA polymerase. Helicase unwinds the DNA strand and DNA polymerase makes a copy.
helicase and DNA polymerase
Helicase unwinds the DNA during replication.
during DNA replication,the enzyme helicase separates the two strands of DNA, while enzyme ligase joins the ocazaki fragments.
Helicase will unwind the double stranded helical structure of DNA so that DNA polymerase can attach and synthesize a new DNA strand. This is the process of DNA repicaltion
What unzips DNA strand is a particular protein called Helicase. Helicase unwinds DNA's double helix at the replication fork.
Helicase and DNA polymerase
DNA Polymerase and Helicase
The enzyme Dna helicase does this.
Enzyme helicase unwinds the DNA by breaking the bonds between nucleotides. Thus attaches itself at the nucleotides.