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Stringent response

stringent response

The cellular response to amino acid starvation that reduces the amount of ribosomes to what can be employed under the nutrient conditions.


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... in the United States is the prompt detection of, investigation of, and response to threats to the health of the population, whether these threats ... of reporting surveillance information, while incorporating highly stringent information security practices. Ideally, the net effect of these ...

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