Caulobacter flagellin mRNA segregates asymmetrically at cell division

@article{Milhausen1983CaulobacterFM,
  title={Caulobacter flagellin mRNA segregates asymmetrically at cell division},
  author={Michael Milhausen and Nina Agabian},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1983},
  volume={302},
  pages={630-632}
}
Molecular processes which promote the spatial localization of subcellular components are fundamental to cell development and differentiation. At various stages in development unequal segregation of molecular information must occur to result in the differentiated characteristics which distinguish cell progeny. Biological attributes of the dimorphic bacterium, Caulobacter crescentus, provide an experimental system permitting examination of the generation of asymmetry at the molecular level1. When… CONTINUE READING

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