Small RNAs as regulators of primary and secondary metabolism in Pseudomonas species

@article{Sonnleitner2011SmallRA,
  title={Small RNAs as regulators of primary and secondary metabolism in Pseudomonas species},
  author={Elisabeth Sonnleitner and Dieter Haas},
  journal={Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={2011},
  volume={91},
  pages={63-79}
}
Small RNAs (sRNAs) exert important functions in pseudomonads. Classical sRNAs comprise the 4.5S, 6S, 10Sa and 10Sb RNAs, which are known in enteric bacteria as part of the signal recognition particle, a regulatory component of RNA polymerase, transfer–messenger RNA (tmRNA) and the RNA component of RNase P, respectively. Their homologues in pseudomonads are presumed to have analogous functions. Other sRNAs of pseudomonads generally have little or no sequence similarity with sRNAs of enteric… CONTINUE READING

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