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- Mustachio, Lisa Maria; Aksit, Selime; Mistry, Ronak H.; Scheffler, Robert; Yamada, Akikuni; Liu, Jane M.
- Journal of bacteriology 2012 v.194 no.3 pp. 598-606
- disasters, etc ; 5' untranslated regions; Vibrio cholerae; binding sites; carbon; gene expression; humans; mannitol; microbial growth; models; operon; pathogens; protein synthesis; ribosomes; small intestine; transcription (genetics); transporters; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Vibrio cholerae continues to pose a health threat in many developing nations and regions of the world struck by natural disasters. It is a pathogen that rapidly adapts to aquatic environments and the human small intestine. Small regulatory RNAs (sRNAs) may contribute to this adaptability. Specifically, the mannitol operon sRNA (MtlS sRNA; previously designated the IGR7 sRNA) is transcribed antisen ...
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