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Does each sister chromatid contain double stranded DNA?

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    Sister chromatid is a technical term meaning two chromatids, each with an identical strand of coding from the same DNA, and one strand from another source, ensureing each chromatid has a double stranded DNA. Sister means each DNA has one half the coding strand from the same mother DNA source strand.

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