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Give the sequence of a reverse primer used to insert a BamHI site (GGATCC) at the 3' end of the following sequence:

5' CTGAACGTCCAAGGCTTAA 3'
3' GACTTGCAGGTTCCGAATT 5'

Make sure you indicate your primers polarity.

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