NrsZ small RNA

NrsZ small RNA

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NrsZ is a bacterial small RNA found in the opportunistic pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa PAO1. Its transcription is induced during nitrogen limitation by the NtrB/C two-component system together with the alternative sigma factor RpoN. NrsZ by activating rhlA positively regulates the production of rhamnolipid surfactants needed for swarming motility.

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