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Problem: Intrinsic termination of transcription in bacteria requires which of the following?a. Formation of a hairpin in the nascent RNA followed by a stop codonb. Formation of a hairpin in the nascent RNA followed by a string of uracil nucleotidesc. Formation of a hairpin in the nascent RNA followed by a rut sited. Formation of a hairpin in the nascent RNA and the activity of rho protein

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Intrinsic termination of transcription in bacteria requires which of the following?
a. Formation of a hairpin in the nascent RNA followed by a stop codon
b. Formation of a hairpin in the nascent RNA followed by a string of uracil nucleotides
c. Formation of a hairpin in the nascent RNA followed by a rut site
d. Formation of a hairpin in the nascent RNA and the activity of rho protein

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