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Scientists on a RAMPAGE to find apicomplexan transcription start sites

This month’s Genome Watch highlights approaches that enable high-resolution mapping of transcription start sites in apicomplexan parasites.

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Hoshizaki, J., Lee, M.C.S. Scientists on a RAMPAGE to find apicomplexan transcription start sites. Nat Rev Microbiol 19, 483 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41579-021-00587-8

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