What is an mRNA binding site on the DNA called?



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RNA polymerase initially binds to an RNA polymerase recognition site on an area of the DNA called the promoter region. It then moves to a binding site consisting of a sequence of seven bases, which never differs by more than two bases from the following sequence: 5' TATPuATG.

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why should an mRNA bind to a DNA

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