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Overexpression of RbfA in the absence of the KsgA checkpoint results in impaired translation initiation.

Overexpression of RbfA in the absence of the KsgA checkpoint results in impaired translation initiation. Mol Microbiol. 2013 Mar; 87(5):968-81.

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