• Nuclear actin polymerization from faster growing ends in the initial activation of <em>Hox</em> gene transcription: Are nuclear speckles involved?
  • Single molecule studies of RNA polymerase II transcription in vitro
  • DNA Topoisomerases: Beyond the standard role

 Nuclear actin polymerization from faster growing ends in the initial activation of Hox gene transcription: Are nuclear speckles involved?

Gabriela Naum-Onganía, Víctor M Díaz-Cortez, Francesco Blasi and Rolando Rivera-Pomar

View Article

Single molecule studies of RNA polymerase II transcription in vitro

Abigail E Horn, James A Goodrich and Jennifer F Kugel

View Article

DNA Topoisomerases: Beyond the standard role

Laura Baranello, Fedor Kouzine and David Levens

View Article

Why Transcription?

Average time from submission to acceptance to Transcription is 30 days. Upon acceptance, full-text articles are available online within 5 days.

In 2014, Transcription offers free Open Access to all Research Papers with no cost to the author.

Submit Online

Explore Transcription

Special Focuses

In Vitro Transcription

Guest Editor: James Kadonaga

Long-Range Genome Organization and Transcription Dynamics ‐ Coming Soon

Guest Editor: Robert Singer

The appearance of your research paper in the context of a series of reviews by experts in your field will significantly increase its visibility!

Recent Articles

Editor-in-Chief

Alberto R. Kornblihtt
CONICET and Universidad
de Buenos Aires

Co-Editor-in-Chief

Joaquín M. Espinosa
University of Colorado
Boulder