Describe promoter motifs commonly associated with eukaryotic, Biology

Gene expression must begin with the process of transcription

a)  Describe the promoter motifs commonly associated with eukaryotic protein-coding genes, and explain their influence on transcription

b)  What are the roles of the different transcription factors that are involved in the transcription of eukaryotic protein-coding genes?

c)  How do the function and mechanism of enhancers differ from promoters?

 

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