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Procession of RNA polymerases along a DNA template is facilitated by a closed-clamp component. The structures of Pol I reveal that the A43–A14 subcomplex, which comprises a fixed stalk (Fig. 1), contributes to a permanently closed state of the clamp and, therefore, to the high processivity of Pol I. By contrast, the clamps of other RNA polymerases are… (More)