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Ribosomal protein (RP) genes locate near the replication origin (oriC) in fast-growing bacteria, which is thought to have been selected as a translation optimization strategy. Relocation of s10-spc-α locus (S10), which codes for most of the RP, to ectopic genomic positions shows that its relative distance to the oriC correlates to a reduction on its dosage, its expression, and bacterial growth rate. Deep-sequencing revealed that S10 relocation altered chromosomal replication dynamics anddoi:10.1101/619304 fatcat:a4xrpoh2lncptnniwwpafaeqry