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@introbul:Key Features @bul:* Promoter elements and RNA polymerase components
- RNA polymerase and its subunits in prokaryotes
- Biochemical assays of transcription initiation
- RNA polymerase and associated factors from eukaryotes
- Genetic analysis of transcription and its regulation
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