the sigma factor in prokaryotes has an equivalent in eukaryotic cells, what is it?

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the sigma factor in prokaryotes has an equivalent in eukaryotic cells, what is it?

the sigma factor in prokaryotes has an equivalent in eukaryotic cells, what is it?

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the sigma factor in prokaryotes has an equivalent in eukaryotic cells, what is it?

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  • general transcription factors
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    In bacteria, sigma factors initiate transcription by binding the RNA polymerase enzyme. In eukaryotes, General transcription factors aid in transcription by binding to specific sites on DNA to activate transcription of DNA to messenger RNA. Most common general transcription factors in eukaryotes include TFIIA, TFIIB, TFIID, TFIIE, TFIIF, and TFIIH

 

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