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The given DNA strand is
5'- AGTATAGTGTTAGGTGTCATAGTACAAGG -3'
The new strand will be synthesized in 5'- 3' direction, therefore primer will bind to 3' end
Therefore the Complementary Sequence of this DNA in 5' -3' direction will be
5'- CCTTGTACTATGACACCTAACACTATACT- 3'
Comparing the 5' sequence with the given primers and we will find the sequence matches with option 5.
Therefore option 5 can be used as a DNA primer
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