Rna noncoding

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abiran
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Rna noncoding

Post by abiran » Tue Dec 08, 2009 4:50 am

Does anyone know this is all RNA transcription
1) what the name of the sequence of nucleotides just upstream from tthe coding triplet that is not translated is called?

2)what is the name of a molecuel in the nucleoplasm that thee nxymes bring in after transcriptions is ondone?

my book doesnt have the answers and i treid the interent too T_T

3) name of the initial strand as transcribed using teh template strand?

thanks sooo much

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Post by kolean » Tue Dec 08, 2009 3:24 pm

Try the internet again perhaps:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transcription_(genetics)

The first paragraph will tell you the name of the sequence of nucleotides that are upstream (and even downstream) that is not translated. Or you can also check out the initiation of transcription paragraph for another specific sequence that is also included in the name you seek.
And #3 can be found in the diagrams of the transcription process.
I do not know exactly what you need for #2 question though, but look at the termination paragraph. You can also use the links that will take you to other websites that specialize in that part of transcription.

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