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Cell size regulation in bacteria

bioRxiv

Apr 23, 2014

Ariel Amir

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Various bacteria such as the canonical gram negative Escherichia coli or the well-studied gram positive Bacillus subtilis divide symmetrically after they approximately double their volume. Their size at division is not constant, but is typically distributed over a narrow range. Here, we...read more

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PACS1 protein, human
DNA Replication Pathway
Transcription Initiation
Cell Division
Gram-Negative Bacteria
DNA Replication
Size
Gram-Positive Rods (bacteria)
Regulation of Biological Process
Theoretical Model
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Cell size regulation in bacteria

bioRxiv

Apr 23, 2014

Ariel Amir

DOI: 10.1101/004457

Abstract

Various bacteria such as the canonical gram negative Escherichia coli or the well-studied gram positive Bacillus subtilis divide symmetrically after they approximately double their volume. Their size at division is not constant, but is typically distributed over a narrow range. Here, we...read more

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PACS1 protein, human
DNA Replication Pathway
Transcription Initiation
Cell Division
Gram-Negative Bacteria
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8

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