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RNA polymerase II, holoenzyme (GO:0016591)
Annotations: Rat: (85) Mouse: (74) Human: (92) Chinchilla: (67) Bonobo: (65) Dog: (74) Squirrel: (68) Pig: (74)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
alpha DNA polymerase:primase complex  
beta-catenin-ICAT complex 
DNA replication preinitiation complex +   
DUBm complex  
FANCM-MHF complex  
Fanconi anaemia nuclear complex  
histone acetyltransferase complex +   
histone deacetylase complex +   
histone methyltransferase complex +   
MAML2-RBP-Jkappa-ICN1 complex 
MAML2-RBP-Jkappa-ICN2 complex 
MAML2-RBP-Jkappa-ICN3 complex 
MAML2-RBP-Jkappa-ICN4 complex 
MAML3-RBP-Jkappa-ICN1 complex 
MAML3-RBP-Jkappa-ICN2 complex 
MAML3-RBP-Jkappa-ICN3 complex 
MAML3-RBP-Jkappa-ICN4 complex 
mediator complex  
mRNA cleavage factor complex +   
nuclear body +   
nuclear pre-replicative complex  
nuclear RNA export factor complex  
nucleoplasmic periphery of the nuclear pore complex  
RNA polymerase I complex  
RNA polymerase II, core complex  
RNA polymerase II, holoenzyme +   
A nuclear DNA-directed RNA polymerase complex containing an RNA polymerase II core enzyme as well as additional proteins and transcription factor complexes, that are capable of promoter recognition and transcription initiation from an RNA polymerase II promoter in vivo. These additional components may include general transcription factor complexes TFIIA, TFIID, TFIIE, TFIIF, or TFIIH, as well as Mediator, SWI/SNF, GCN5, or SRBs and confer the ability to recognize promoters.
RNA polymerase III complex  
RNA polymerase IV complex 
RNA polymerase V complex 
survivin complex 
transcription elongation factor complex +   

Exact Synonyms: DNA-directed RNA polymerase II, holoenzyme
Definition Sources: GOC:jl, GOC:krc, PMID:16858867, Wikipedia:Rna_polymerase_ii

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