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RNA Fragments Give Ribosomes a 'Kick Start' After Stress in Parasites

News   Jan 10, 2019 | Original story from Bern University

 
Unique Role for tRNA-derived RNA Fragments in Parasites

Scanning electron microscope image of two trypanosomes (blue) attached to a red blood cell. Image credit: Christopher Jackson, IKELOS

 
 
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