"Investigating TRAP-mediated attenuation of the trp operon with cotranscriptional SHAPE-Seq"
Authors: Kiel Kreuzer, Molly Evans, Julius Lucks, Paul Gollnick.
Dr. Keil Kreuzer has won "Most Outstanding Talk" at 2019 RustBelt RNA meeting, with an estimated 400 scientists in attendance. Kreuzer is a post-doctoral fellow in the Gollnick Lab. “This work is a collaboration between my lab at UB and that of Dr. Julius Lucks at Northwestern University to use a novel method to examine RNA structure during transcription,” states Dr. Gollnick, “Our work is changing the "textbook" view of how transcription is regulated in Bacillus subtilis.”
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