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Transcription is the transfer of genetic information from DNA to RNA, using DNA as a template.
The transcript is released from its template strand by the unwinding of RNA-DNA duplex by the rho factor.
For transcription of genes by RNA polymerase III, the promoter is sometimes located in a segment within the transcribed part of the gene, between +40 and +80, but can also be partially upsteam or entirely upstream fro the start site.
www.rpi.edu /dept/bcbp/molbiochem/BiochSci/sbello/transcription.htm   (3136 words)

  Transcription (genetics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Transcription is the process through which a DNA sequence is enzymatically copied by an RNA polymerase to produce a complementary RNA.
Transcription has some proofreading mechanisms, but they are fewer and less effective than the controls for DNA; therefore, transcription has a lower copying fidelity than DNA replication.
For instance, in eukaryotes the genetic material (DNA), and therefore transcription, is primarily localized to the nucleus, where it is separated from the cytoplasm (where translation occurs) by the nuclear membrane.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Transcription_(genetics)   (1294 words)

 Transcription - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Transcription (linguistics), the conversion of spoken words into written language.
Transcription (genetics), the process of copying DNA to RNA by an enzyme called RNA polymerase (RNAP)
Transcription (music), either notating an unnotated piece, common in ethnomusicology, or rewriting a piece, either simply recopying (as for clarity), or as an arrangement for another instrument.
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Transcription to yield an mRNA is the first step of protein biosynthesis.
The DNA is melted (the strands are locally separated), the &sigma-factor leaves the holoenzyme, and the transcription process begins.
A major difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic transcription is that the latter have splicing of the primary transcript, modifying the mRNA created during transcription.
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Some general notes about online qualitative data analysis, including transcription and data preparation, are offered by Ann Lewins and colleagues at the University of Surrey, as well as colleagues from the University of Huddersfield.
You may, however, want to state plainly at the top of the transcript who was the interviewer, transcriber, etc. Adding the date is always good and helps make a list of what was done when.
With grant funding, paying for transcription may be relatively easy, but proofing remains time consuming and offers a less extensive engagement with the raw data.
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 Transcription Research in the Hahn lab
Since the transcription machinery is the ultimate target of many signal transduction and developmental pathways, understanding of these fundamental mechanisms is a key to understanding the mechanism of gene regulation.
To investigate the influence of chromatin on the assembly of the transcription machinery at a promoter and its influence on the interactions made by transcription activators, we have reconstituted chromatin on our promoter templates and are using these templates to investigate the role of chromatin on initiation, reinitiation, and activation.
The RNA Polymerase II Transcription Machinery is composed of RNA Polymerase, five multi-subunit general transcription factors and the 24 subunit mediator complex.
www.fhcrc.org /labs/hahn/polii_res.html   (820 words)

 Control of Gene Expression
Whereas, in prokaryotes, control of transcriptional initiation is the major point of regulation, in eukaryotes the regulation of gene expression is controlled nearly equivalently from many different points.
The stem-loops that are significant as to whether transcription is attenuated or not are formed between regions 2 and 3 or between regions 3 and 4.
HNF-3g is a member of a large family of transcription factors that are related to the Drosophila gene forkhead, hence the gene family is termed the fork head (FKH) family.
web.indstate.edu /thcme/mwking/gene-regulation.html   (3248 words)

 RNA Synthesis
Transcription is the mechanism by which a template strand of DNA is utilized by specific RNA polymerases to generate one of the three different classifications of RNA.
Transcriptional promoter and enhancer elements are important sequences used in the control of gene expression.
In both prokaryotic and eukaryotic transcription the first incorporated ribonucleotide is a purine and it is incorporated as a triphosphate.
www.indstate.edu /thcme/mwking/rna.html   (2011 words)

 Mach/Med Transcription
Purpose: Machine/Medical Transcription is designed to develop job entry-level transcription skills using transcription equipment and personal computers.
Students for Whom Course is Intended: Machine Transcription is a degree requirement for all Associate of Applied Science and Certificate of Proficiency students in Office Technology in both the Administrative Support and the Medical options.
Transcription will be completed using transcription machines and cassette tapes provided by the instructor.
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 Dr Chromo's school: transcription of DNA into RNA
Transcription is the name of the step in which DNA is copied into RNA.
Transcription in bacteria has been studied in detail: it is also simpler than in mammals like humans.
The transcript is cut and polyadenylated while it is still transcribed.
www.rothamsted.bbsrc.ac.uk /notebook/courses/guide/trans.htm   (692 words)

An enzyme, an RNA polymerase, binds to the complex of transcription factors.
When transcription is complete, the transcript is released from the polymerase and, shortly thereafter, the polymerase is released from the DNA.
DNA transcription of the genes for mRNA, rRNA, and tRNA produces large precursor molecules ("primary transcripts") that must be processed within the nucleus to produce the functional molecules for export to the cytosol.
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 transcription - verbatim or condensed transcription — dictated or recorded information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Transcription is the creation of a written copy; transcription is also defined as the making of an exact verbatim copy of dictated or recorded information in longhand or on a machine, as on a typewriter or computer.
A condensed transcription is the paraphrasing or summarizing in writing of spoken communication.
Please remember that transcription is distinct from translation in that it is a rendering from one medium to another of the original recorded language.
www.alsintl.com /transcript.htm   (589 words)

 Transcription: Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells
In a eukaryotic cell, transcription occurs in the nucleus, and translation occurs in the cytoplasm.
Because there is no nucleus to separate the processes of transcription and translation, when bacterial genes are transcribed, their transcripts can immediately be translated.
Transcription and translation are spatially and temporally separated in eukaryotic cells; that is, transcription occurs in the nucleus to produce a pre-mRNA molecule.
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Much of the original work deciphering how transcription is regulated was done on the lac operon.
Transcription is the process of copying the genetic information in DNA into RNA.
This is done by the enzyme RNA polymerase which binds to a region called a promoter found at the 5ยด end of a gene.
bioweb.uwlax.edu /GenWeb/Molecular/Theory/Transcription/transcription.htm   (645 words)

 Medical Transcription Training. Find The School That Is Right For You.
Special equipment is used to allow the transcriptionist to have both hands free to type while listening, including a headset to listen to the recording and a foot pedal to enable pausing of the playback.
After completing the transcription, the resulting document is sent to the person who made the recording, for correction or signature.
Medical transcription work also requires people that can recognize possible errors and conflicts and interact with the person who recorded the message to resolve those conflicts.
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 Medical Transcription — Predicting the Future
Provider organizations with in-house transcription are also slow to adopt new transcription technologies, and many are using dated versions of their medical records systems.
Of the hundreds of new offshore transcription companies popping up each year, it is expected that only a few of the established companies have met the necessary requirements regardless of their claims.
The transcription industry will never fully disappear; however, it will take a very different form in the next three to five years, begin to diminish in size in five to seven years, and be much smaller in seven to ten years.
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Broad transciption (or phonemic transcription): ignores as many details as possible, capturing only enough aspects of a pronunciation to show how that word differs from other words in the language.
A broad transcription would also need to note the difference, because the two words mean different things.
But one of the unspoken principles of broad transcription is that, when you're given a choice between two symbols and when all other considerations are equal (sometimes even when they aren't), you'll pick the one that's easier to type.
www.umanitoba.ca /faculties/arts/linguistics/russell/138/sec1/trans.htm   (976 words)

 NDSU Virtual Cell: Transcription -- DNA & TFIID
Transcription is a vital process in biological lifeforms.
Upstream of the transcription unit is the TATA-box, a smaller section that helps to position the complexes involved in transcription.
TFIID is the largest of the general transcription factors involved in eukaryotic transcription.
vcell.ndsu.nodak.edu /~christjo/vcell/animationSite/transcription/index.htm   (236 words)

 Medical Transcription Merchandise   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The American Association of Medical Transcription (www.aamt.org) is the professional organization that represents medical transcriptionists.
Our school was founded by an MTSO (medical transcription service owner) with many years of experience who also teaches medical transcription at a local community college, and who owns her own very successful MT service.
Dawn Moreno resides in Miami, FL and is the Director of MTACC, an on-line medical transcription school.
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Although transcription is performed by RNA Polymerase, the enzyme needs other proteins to produce the transcript.
Other factors, those that interact directly or through a coactivator with the proteins of the basal transcription apparatus, are also important for transcription.
The definition is reflects the interaction of the all of the important proteins and the DNA to which the bind.
www.ndsu.nodak.edu /instruct/mcclean/plsc731/transcript/transcript1.htm   (451 words)

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Direct editing and correction of the transcriptions with the keyboard and mouse in the main window of Transcription Aid®, without damaging playback of the voice recording of the author (the dictation or "*.dra" file).
Unlike Dragon, which incorporates another "Not Playback Dropout" option in version 9, the Transcription Aid® technology is available from version 6 to 9 and does not put any substantial delay in the system when switching from window to window...
Transcription Aid® 4 can also be perfectly matched, to MAKE A UNIQUE, digital dictation, speech recognition and transcription solution with the forthcoming DictAid®.
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 Gene Expression Tutorial - Transcription
Transcription is the transfer of the genetic information from the archival copy of DNA to the short-lived messenger RNA.
The enzyme RNA polymerase binds to a particular region of the DNA and starts to make a strand of mRNA wiht a base sequence complementary to the DNA template that is "downstream" of the RNA polymerase binding site.
When this transcription is finished, the portion of the DNA that coded for a protein, i.e.
edtech.clas.pdx.edu /gene_expression_tutorial/transcription.html   (175 words)

 Transcription Services from Escriptionist.com
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 Sapphire Transcription   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Sapphire Transcription offer full cassette and digital audio transcription to professionals, businesses and academics.
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We understand that not everyone may be familiar with the proccess of transcribing audio, but we aim to provide clients with full knowlage and support, be it a one-off meeting or a contracted service.
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 Video Transcription   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Transcription costs $2 per minute, which includes time-code stamping for Google Video.
Once you submit this form, we will e-mail an invoice for the transcription work: $2 per minute (or $4 for priority turnaround) which you can pay with PayPal or a credit card.
Next, one of our incredibly smart and pleasant human transcribers will get to work, transcribing your video's audio track.
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 Medical Transcription
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Click on a category below to view medical transcription service providers in that category.
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 YouTube - Medical Transcription (Online)
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