The Listeria Small RNA Rli27 Regulates a Cell Wall Protein inside Eukaryotic Cells by Targeting a Long 59-UTR Variant

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Listeria monocytogenes is a bacterial pathogen whose genome encodes many cell wall proteins that bind covalently to peptidoglycan. Some members of this protein family have a key role in virulence, and recent studies show that some of these, such as Lmo0514, are upregulated in bacteria that colonize eukaryotic cells. The regulatory mechanisms that lead to… (More)

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@inproceedings{Quereda2014TheLS, title={The Listeria Small RNA Rli27 Regulates a Cell Wall Protein inside Eukaryotic Cells by Targeting a Long 59-UTR Variant}, author={Juan Jos{\'e} Quereda and {\'A}lvaro Ortega and Mar{\'i}a Graciela Pucciarelli and Francisco Portillo}, year={2014} }