Bacterial Transcriptomics

RNA-Seq or high-throughput sequencing of transcriptomes is sweeping through clinical microbiology, transforming the discipline in its wake. Early studies have uncovered a wealth of novel coding sequences and non-coding RNA, and are revealing a transcriptional landscape that increasingly mirrors that of eukaryotes.

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