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Likely not. For instance, CGCACGCACT has the same G+C content as CCCCCGGAAT, but the sequences are very dissimilar. Extremely high very low C+G percentage constrains the range of possible sequence somewhat, but organisms have plenty of all four bases and therefore can have great variation in sequence.
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