Gene transcriptions/General factors/Quiz

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The diagram illustrates the big picture of how general transcription factors complement transcription. Credit: Development Biologists.

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Quiz[edit]







  

1

Yes or No, General transcription factors (GTFs) are also known as basal transcription factors.

No
Yes

2

Several promoter elements have been previously identified in eukaryotes, but those cannot account for transcription from most RNA polymerase II-transcribed

3

Yes or No, GTFs, RNA polymerases, and the mediator multiple protein complexes constitute the basic transcriptional apparatus.

No
Yes

4

True or False, The general transcription factor is located in the distal promoter.

TRUE
FALSE

5

Which of the following is not a transcriptional characteristic of the general transcription factor?

located between nucleotides -8 and +2 relative to the transcriptional start site (+1)
G/A/T-G/C+1-G-T/C-G-G-G/A-A-G/C
in eukaryotes
TATA-less genes
a consensus sequence

6

Yes or No, DNA is a double helix of interlinked nucleotides surrounded by an epigenome.

No
Yes

7

Which of the following are phenomena associated with the general transcription factor?

transcription of A1BG
directs activator-dependent but TFIID-independent transcription
TATA box-less promoters
initiator element
mediator dependence
core promoter

8

True or False, The general transcription factor is found in the promoter regions of about 1% of human genes.

TRUE
FALSE

9

Yes or No, Something like a protein that actively contributes to the production of a result is called a factor.

No
Yes

10

True or False, A dominant group associated with the general transcription factors differs from a control group in that it rules the treatment of the control group.

TRUE
FALSE


Hypotheses[edit]

Main source: Hypotheses
  1. A1BG has been transcribed using GTFs.

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