What Are the Four Steps of Transcription?

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There are four basic steps of transcription. First, the DNA unwinds as the hydrogen bonds break. Next, the free nucleotides from the RNA pair up with the DNA bases. Next, RNA sugar-phosphate backbone is formed, followed the hydrogen bonding of the untwisted RNA and DNA breaking, leaving the new RNA free.
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