RNA synthesis

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&nbsp;RNA Synthesis takes place through the [[Transcription|transcription]] of an RNA molecule from a DNA molecule through use of [[RNA Polymerase|RNA Polymerase]]. RNA Polymerase binds to a [[Promoter|promoter]], and then initiates transcription, producing an mRNA molecule<ref>Hartl, D. Ruvolo, M. (2011)fckLRGenetics: Analysis of Genes and Genomes, 8th Edition, London: Jones &amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp; Bartlett Learning. Chapter 10, Page 350.</ref>.&nbsp;  
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[[RNA|RNA]] Synthesis takes place through the [[Transcription|transcription]] of an RNA [[Molecule|molecule]] from a [[DNA|DNA]] molecule through use of [[RNA Polymerase|RNA Polymerase]]. RNA Polymerase binds to a [[Promoter|promoter]], and then initiates [[Transcription|transcription]], producing an [[mRNA|mRNA]] molecule<ref>Hartl, D. Ruvolo, M. (2011) Genetics: Analysis of Genes and Genomes, 8th Edition, London: Jones and Bartlett Learning. Chapter 10, Page 350.</ref>.&nbsp;  
 
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RNA Synthesis takes place through the transcription of an RNA molecule from a DNA molecule through use of RNA Polymerase. RNA Polymerase binds to a promoter, and then initiates transcription, producing an mRNA molecule[1]

References

  1. Hartl, D. Ruvolo, M. (2011) Genetics: Analysis of Genes and Genomes, 8th Edition, London: Jones and Bartlett Learning. Chapter 10, Page 350.
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