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Small RNA with a large impact

A simultaneous comparison of the RNA molecules expressed by Salmonella bacteria and human cells during infection reveals how a bacterial small RNA alters the transcript profiles of both the bacteria and the host cells. See Article p.496

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Figure 1: PinT orchestrates gene expression in Salmonella and its host cells.

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Machner, M., Storz, G. Small RNA with a large impact. Nature 529, 472–473 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1038/nature16872

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