The Clostridium small RNome that responds to stress: the paradigm and importance of toxic metabolite stress in C. acetobutylicum

@inproceedings{Venkataramanan2013TheCS,
  title={The Clostridium small RNome that responds to stress: the paradigm and importance of toxic metabolite stress in C. acetobutylicum},
  author={Keerthi Venkataramanan and Shawn W. Jones and Kevin McCormick and Sridhara G. Kunjeti and Matthew T. Ralston and Blake C. Meyers and Eleftherios T. Papoutsakis},
  booktitle={BMC Genomics},
  year={2013}
}
Small non-coding RNAs (sRNA) are emerging as major components of the cell’s regulatory network, several possessing their own regulons. A few sRNAs have been reported as being involved in general or toxic-metabolite stress, mostly in Gram- prokaryotes, but hardly any in Gram+ prokaryotes. Significantly, the role of sRNAs in the stress response remains poorly understood at the genome-scale level. It was previously shown that toxic-metabolite stress is one of the most comprehensive and… CONTINUE READING
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