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Individual bacterial transcriptomes each plotted as a single point create a ring-shaped structure.
Rapidly Dividing Bacteria Coordinate Gene Expression and Replication
E. coli divides faster than it can replicate its genome, while simultaneously expressing its genes. Scientists recently revealed the intricate molecular coordination that makes this possible.
Rapidly Dividing Bacteria Coordinate Gene Expression and Replication
Rapidly Dividing Bacteria Coordinate Gene Expression and Replication

E. coli divides faster than it can replicate its genome, while simultaneously expressing its genes. Scientists recently revealed the intricate molecular coordination that makes this possible.

E. coli divides faster than it can replicate its genome, while simultaneously expressing its genes. Scientists recently revealed the intricate molecular coordination that makes this possible.

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