Contact: Lynn Yarris
DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Caption: Berkeley researchers found that the "rearranged" state of the lobe A (yellow) section of the horseshoe-like TFIID transcription factor enables TFIID to bind with DNA (green) and start the process by which DNA is copied into RNA.
Credit: (Image courtesy of Nogales Lab)
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