Transcriptional and post-transcriptional control of cold-shock genes.

Abstract

A mesophile like Escherichia coli responds to abrupt temperature downshifts (e.g. from 37 degrees C to 10 degrees C) with an adaptive response that allows cell survival and eventually resumption of growth under the new unfavorable environmental conditions. During this response, bulk transcription and translation slow or come to an almost complete stop… (More)

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