Medical Definition of Transcription unit

1. A region of DNA that is transcribed to produce a single primary RNA transcript, i.e. A newly synthesised RNA molecule that has not been processed. Transcription units can be mapped by kinetic studies of RNA synthesis and in some instances directly visualised by electron microscopy. (17 Mar 1998)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Transcription Unit

transcribblers
transcribe
transcribed
transcriber
transcribers
transcribes
transcribing
transcript
transcriptase
transcriptases
transcripted
transcription
transcription factor
transcription factor ap-1
transcription factors
transcription unit (current term)
transcriptional
transcriptional control
transcriptional silencing
transcriptionally
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transcriptionists
transcriptions
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transcriptome
transcriptomes
transcriptomic
transcriptomics
transcriptor
transcriptosome

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