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A screen to rapidly identify regulatory regions in trypanosome's RNA yields sequences necessary and sufficient for the regulation of mRNA stability, giving insights into the parasite's ability to control gene expression during different life cycle stages.

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    Webb, H. et al. A novel strategy to identify the location of necessary and sufficient cis-acting regulatory mRNA elements in trypanososmes. RNA; published online May 31, 2005.

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Rusk, N. How parasites do it. Nat Methods 2, 572 (2005) doi:10.1038/nmeth0805-572

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