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&nbsp;The TATA box or the TATAAT is a consensus sequence located at the -10 position from the [[Transcription|transcription]] start site of a&nbsp;[[Promoter Regions|promoter]] region in prokaryotes, and at approximately -25 to -35 in eukaryotes. This consensus sequence is important in [[Transcription|transcription]] as TATA-box binding protein binds to the promoter sequence and recruits [[RNA polymerase II|RNA Polymerase II]] to begin the synthesis of mRNA using the DNA template strand<ref>Hartl D and Ruvolo M. 2012. Genetics Analysis Of Genes And Genomes. 8th edition. Chapter 10, Pages 352-353.</ref>.  
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The TATA box or the TATAAT is a consensus sequence located at the -10 position from the [[Transcription|transcription]] start site of a&nbsp;[[Promoter Regions|promoter]] region in prokaryotes, and at approximately -25 to -35 in eukaryotes. This consensus sequence is important in [[Transcription|transcription]] as TATA-box binding protein binds to the promoter sequence and recruits [[RNA polymerase II|RNA Polymerase II]] to begin the synthesis of mRNA using the DNA template strand<ref>Hartl D and Ruvolo M. 2012. Genetics Analysis Of Genes And Genomes. 8th edition. Chapter 10, Pages 352-353.</ref><ref>Nature online - Available at: http://www.nature.com/scitable/definition/promoter-259 (Last accessed October 2016)</ref>.  
  
 
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<references />Nature online - Available at: [http://www.nature.com/scitable/definition/promoter-259 http://www.nature.com/scitable/definition/promoter-259] (Last accessed October 2016)
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Revision as of 07:06, 20 October 2016

The TATA box or the TATAAT is a consensus sequence located at the -10 position from the transcription start site of a promoter region in prokaryotes, and at approximately -25 to -35 in eukaryotes. This consensus sequence is important in transcription as TATA-box binding protein binds to the promoter sequence and recruits RNA Polymerase II to begin the synthesis of mRNA using the DNA template strand[1][2].

References

  1. Hartl D and Ruvolo M. 2012. Genetics Analysis Of Genes And Genomes. 8th edition. Chapter 10, Pages 352-353.
  2. Nature online - Available at: http://www.nature.com/scitable/definition/promoter-259 (Last accessed October 2016)
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