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Why Did I Add Meat Tenderizer?

Why Did I Add Meat Tenderizer?

In this experiment, meat tenderizer acts as an enzyme to cut proteins just like a pair of scissors.

The enzyme cuts proteins The DNA in the nucleus of the cell is molded, folded, and protected by proteins.

The DNA in the nucleus of the cell is molded, folded, and protected by proteins.

The meat tenderizer cuts the proteins away from the DNA.

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