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Backtracking for Accurate Gene Transcription

News   Apr 03, 2019 | Original story from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

 
Backtracking for Accurate Gene Transcription

RNA Polymerase II undergoes the intrinsic cleavage of the mis-incorporated nucleotide (the yellow part in the picture) during proofreading of the RNA transcription. Credit: The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

 
 
 

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