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UNIVERSITY PLACE

Sugar Shock: How Bacteria Uses RNAs to Deal With Stress -...

  • Aired: 10/06/2010
  • 44:56
  • Rating: TV-G
Greg Richards, University of Illinois. Greg Richards explains about organisms and the kind of stresses they encounter in their environment, how RNA molecules work to help bacteria deal with stress, and how E. coli uses a small RNA to deal with toxicity associated with sugar phosphates.
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