Published in Drug Law Weekly, August 5th, 2008
"Based on these findings, the idea emerged that Pol II should essentially be located on promoters or genic regions of transcribed genes. The development of in vivo localization protocols has enabled the investigation of genome-wide Pol II occupancy. Recent studies from yeast to human show that Pol II can...
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