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TitleGrowth inhibition after MazF activation through specific alteration of cellular state rather than through near-indiscriminate RNA cleavage.
Study TypeOther
Abstract MazF is a toxin protein that cleaves RNAs at ACA sequences in Escherichia coli, and MazF activation causes growth inhibition (cell death and/or growth arrest). In order to investigate the cellular response following MazF activation, transcriptomic profile of mazF overexpressing cells was compared to .. [more]
Description MazF is a toxin protein that cleaves RNAs at ACA sequences in Escherichia coli, and MazF activation causes growth inhibition (cell death and/or growth arrest). In order to investigate the cellular response following MazF activation, transcriptomic profile of mazF overexpressing cells was compared to .. [more]
Center NameTIT-BB