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An example of a 5' → 3' sequence of RNA which would lead to a hairpin loop structure is:
Hairpin loops are important in prokaryotic transcription termination. The hairpin loop forms during transcription and the structure causes the RNA polymerase to become dissociated from the DNA template strand. This process is known as rho-independent or intrinsic termination.
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