Nucleoid restructuring in stationary-state bacteria.

@article{FrenkielKrispin2004NucleoidRI,
  title={Nucleoid restructuring in stationary-state bacteria.},
  author={Daphna Frenkiel-Krispin and Irit Ben-Avraham and Joseph Englander and Eyal Shimoni and Sharon Grayer Wolf and Abraham Minsky},
  journal={Molecular microbiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={51 2},
  pages={
          395-405
        }
}
The textbook view of the bacterial cytoplasm as an unstructured environment has been overturned recently by studies that highlighted the extent to which non-random organization and coherent motion of intracellular components are central for bacterial life-sustaining activities. Because such a dynamic order critically depends on continuous consumption of energy, it cannot be perpetuated in starved, and hence energy-depleted, stationary-state bacteria. Here, we show that, at the onset of the… CONTINUE READING
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