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RNA loop-loop-complex from Escherichia coli 2bj2: sense and antisense RNAs from Escherichia coli involved in the ColE1 plasmid replication. Distortions like the one shown are important for RNA recognition. : Stock Illustration

RNA loop-loop-complex from Escherichia coli 2bj2: sense and antisense RNAs from Escherichia coli involved in the ColE1 plasmid replication. Distortions like the one shown are important for RNA recognition.

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Rna Looploopcomplex From Escherichia Coli 2bj2 Sense And Antisense Rnas From Escherichia Coli Involved In The Cole1 Plasmid Replication Distortions Like The One Shown Are Important For Rna Recognition Stock Illustration 121755072Bacterium,Biology,Built Structure,Color Image,Complex,Cut Out,Diagram,Distorted Image,E. coli,Horizontal,Illustration,Illustration Technique,Magnification,Molecular Structure,Molecule,No People,Nucleotide,Phosphate,Prokaryote,Protein,RNA,Sensory Perception,Typescript,White BackgroundPhotographer Collection: Oxford Scientific