What Enzyme Unzips the DNA Double Helix?

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The enzyme called helicase unzips or unwinds the DNA double helix. DNA helicase enzymes are necessary during DNA replication. The double helix structure of DNA was discovered by Francis Crick and James D. Watson.
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