Transcription of eukaryotic protein coding genes, Biology

1. The transcription and replication of DNA requires a multitude of protein complexes

a. Describe the events that occur during the initiation of transcription of eukaryotic protein-coding genes

b. Highlight what events and components are similar during the initiation of transcription in prokaryotes

C. Outline the similarities and difference between the function and mechanisms of RNA polymerase and DNA Polymerase.

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