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La-motif-dependent mRNA association with Slf1 promotes copper detoxification in yeast. Schenk L, et al. (2012) RNA ():
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The broadly conserved regulator PhoP links pathogen virulence and membrane potential in Escherichia coli. Alteri CJ, et al. (2011) Mol Microbiol 82(1):145-63
Defining the Specificity of Cotranslationally Acting Chaperones by Systematic Analysis of mRNAs Associated with Ribosome-Nascent Chain Complexes. Del Alamo M, et al. (2011) PLoS Biol 9(7):e1001100
The response of mycobacterium tuberculosis to reactive oxygen and nitrogen species. Voskuil MI, et al. (2011) Front Microbiol 2():105
Identification and Classification of Acute Cardiac Rejection by Intragraft Transcriptional Profiling. Holweg CT, et al. (2011) Circulation ():
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