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Transcription is the biological process where information in a strand of DNA is copied into a new molecule of messenger RNA. This transcribed DNA message or RNA transcript produces proteins. More »

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Transcription takes place in the cell's nucleus. The process of transcription makes an RNA strand from a DNA template and is the first step toward making a protein, according to the University of New Mexico's Biology Dep... More »

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Cell transcription occurs in the nucleus of the cell where the DNA is located. Transcription is the process whereby a DNA base sequence is copied to form an RNA molecule. The production of mRNA requires a DNA template. More »

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