Question: T-Mobile 9:42 PM Activity Stream 1. Which regulatory sequences must maintain their orientation wi…


T-Mobile 9:42 PM Activity Stream 1. Which regulatory sequences must maintain their orientation with respect to the gene transcription start site to function? 2. In an in vitro transcription assay, a G-less cassette could be used to do which of the following? 3. Which assay would allow you to determine whether two transcription factors with nearby binding sites in a promoter sequence bind to the sequence synergistically? 4. Describe a model for transcriptional regulation by matrix attachment regions (MARs). 5. Compare and contrast the key characteristics of proximal promoter elements, enhancers, and locus control regions 6. List the major types of RNA polymerases in eukaryotes and the types of genes they are responsible for transcribing.

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T-Mobile 9:42 PM Activity Stream 1. Which regulatory sequences must maintain their orientation with respect to the gene transcription start site to function? 2. In an in vitro transcription assay, a G-less cassette could be used to do which of the following? 3. Which assay would allow you to determine whether two transcription factors with nearby binding sites in a promoter sequence bind to the sequence synergistically? 4. Describe a model for transcriptional regulation by matrix attachment regions (MARs). 5. Compare and contrast the key characteristics of proximal promoter elements, enhancers, and locus control regions 6. List the major types of RNA polymerases in eukaryotes and the types of genes they are responsible for transcribing.

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