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What is true about the process used in the chemical synthesis of oligonucleotides?
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The reaction of each nucleotide is done manually.
The finished oligonucleotide is generally less than 100 bases in length.
The growing oligonucleotide is assembled by using the 3' end of the terminal oligonucleotide to bind to the 5' end of the next, incoming nucleotide.
Only the four bases nucleotide bases present in DNA may be a part of the synthesized sequence.