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What are transcriptional activators in Eukaryotic cells? Would things such as HAT or HMT be considered transcriptional activators?
transcriptional activators are the the proteins which increase rate of transcription of gene or set of genes. these are proteins which bind to specific DNA sequence which are mostly promoter sites.
HAT or HMT are not consider as transcriptional activators till a last few year but plays important role in gene transcription, recent study gives strong support to HAT and HMT as transcriptional activator but it's transcription activity is not fully/broadly established. ( there is two different stands for HAT and HMT as transcriptional activators in experts but yes we can say that it may consider as transcriptional activators on the basis of recent study)
What are transcriptional activators in Eukaryotic cells? Would things such as HAT or HMT be considered...
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