Suresh Venkata Chinni

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The emerging interest in RNA research is due to the discovery that bacterial non-protein-coding RNAs (npcRNAs; often referred to as “non-coding RNAs”) are central regulatory molecules. While single(More)
The ability of a diagnostic test to detect multiple pathogens simultaneously is useful to obtain meaningful information for clinical treatment and preventive measures. We report a highly sensitive(More)
Non-protein coding RNA (npcRNA) is a functional RNA molecule that is not translated into a protein. Bacterial npcRNAs are structurally diversified molecules, typically 50-200 nucleotides in length.(More)