promoter clearance during DNA-dependent transcription
name: promoter clearance during DNA-dependent transcription
Description: Any process involved in the transition from the initiation to the elongation phases of transcription by a DNA-dependent RNA polymerase, generally including a conformational change from the initiation conformation to the elongation conformation. Promoter clearance often involves breaking contact with transcription factors involved only in the initiation phase and making contacts with elongation specific factors.
|GO:0001110||promoter clearance from RNA polymerase III promoter|
|GO:0001111||promoter clearance from RNA polymerase II promoter|
|GO:0001122||promoter clearance from bacterial-type RNA polymerase promoter|
|GO:0001182||promoter clearance from RNA polymerase I promoter|
|GO:0032774||RNA biosynthetic process|