HomeFAQsWhat is the first base that SP6 RNA Polymerase transcribes?
FAQ: What is the first base that SP6 RNA Polymerase transcribes?
SP6 RNA Polymerase starts transcription at the final G in the promoter sequence. The polymerase then transcribes using the opposite strand as a template for 5’->3’ transcription. The first base in the transcript will be a G.
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