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Amyloid-like Hfq interaction with single stranded DNA: involvement in recombination and replication in Escherichia coli
Interactions between proteins and single stranded DNA (ssDNA) are crucial for many fundamental biological processes, including DNA replication and genetic recombination. Thus, understanding detailed mechanisms of these interactions is necessary to uncover regulatory rules occurring in all living cells. The RNA-binding Hfq is a pleiotropic bacterial regulator that mediates many aspects of nucleic acids metabolism. The protein notably mediates mRNA stability and translation efficiency by usingdoi:10.1017/qrd.2022.15 fatcat:xsgdqcwptjdznn2rsyrmrvckf4