The transcription process makes use of specific sequences in the nuclear DNA in as template. Although only a portion of the DNA is needed, DNA is not brought outside the nucleus for transcription.
All of the following is true about eukaryotic transcription except:
A. RNA polymerase is a processive enzyme.
B. The initial transcript must be processed before it leaves the nucleus.
C. Three different types of DNA polymerase to recognize the promoter.
D. A sigma factor allows RNA polymerase to recognize the promoter.
E. RNA made is complementary to DNA according to Chargaff's rules.
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