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DNA methylation generally occurs to suppress transcription and to allow for more efficient storing/packing of DNA. Giving consideration to 1) the types of interactions methyl groups can make and 2) the interactions needed for transcription to occur, explain why methylation works so well to achieve its purpose? (10 pts)

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