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Transcription of DNA to RNA

What would be the base sequence of RNA after transcription occurs? Assume that the RNA product does not require processing to become mRNA. In other words the transcribed RNA becomes the mRNA sequence 3-TACCCTTTAGCCACT-5
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Asked on: 23 Oct 2010

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