Small RNA sequences are readily stabilized by inclusion in a carrier rRNA.

Abstract

This laboratory previously showed that an RNA derived from 5S ribosomal RNA could be used as a carrier to harbor a nucleic acid "tag" for monitoring genetically engineered or naturally occurring bacteria. The prototype system expressed a specific tagged RNA that was stable and accumulated to high levels. For such a system to be useful there should, however… (More)

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@article{DSouza2003SmallRS, title={Small RNA sequences are readily stabilized by inclusion in a carrier rRNA.}, author={Lisa M. D'Souza and Maia Larios-Sanz and Robert A. Setterquist and Richard C. Willson and George E. Fox}, journal={Biotechnology progress}, year={2003}, volume={19 3}, pages={734-8} }