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HISTORY OF GENETICS/MOLECULAR GENETICS Student’ Name Institution Course Date Transcription Overview        Transcription is the opening stage in expression of genes. It entails the replication of a gene's DNA chain to generate a RNA molecule. Transcription is done through enzymes known as RNA polymerases that connect nucleotides to create an RNA element. Transcription holds three phases: elongation, termination, and initiation. Within eukaryotes, molecules of RNA should be processed following transcription. The molecules of RNA are spliced and contain a 5' cap and poly-A tail. Transcription is regulated independently for every gene within the genome. Transcription Overview RNA Polymerases RNA polymerase is a huge factory with many moving parts.  RNA polymerase is the primary enzyme engaged within the transcription.  It employs a single-stranded DNA prototype to produce a corresponding RNA strand (Kais, 20I8).  Particularly, RNA polymerase develops an RNA element within the 5' to 3' trend, contributing every fresh nucleotide to the strand's 3' end.  RNA Polymerases RNA synthesis     RNA synthesis is the procedure of copying DNA nucleotide sequence data into RNA sequence data. RNA synthesis is catalyzed through a big enzyme known as RNA polymerase. The simple biochemistry of RNA transcription is familiar to eukaryotes and prokaryotes, even though its regulation is extra intricate in eukaryotes. RNA synthesis, like al ...
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