On this episode of TWiM, we reveal widespread stop-codon recoding in bacteriophages that may regulate translation of lytic genes, and how Staphylococcus aureus inhibits Pseudomonas aeruginosa growth.
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Links for this episode
- Stop codon recoding in bacteriophages (Nat Micro)
- How S. aureus inhibits P. aeruginosa growth (J Bact)
- S. aureus small colony variants (Front Cell Infect Micro)
- Ken Timmis retires as journal editor (YouTube)
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