Space flight alters bacterial gene expression and virulence and reveals a role for global regulator Hfq

J. W. Wilson, C. M. Ott, K. Höner Zu Bentrup, R. Ramamurthy, L. Quick, S. Porwollik, P. Cheng, M. McClelland, G. Tsaprailis, T. Radabaugh, A. Hunt, D. Fernandez, E. Richter, M. Shah, M. Kilcoyne, L. Joshi, M. Nelman-Gonzalez, S. Hing, M. Parra, P. DumarsK. Norwood, R. Bober, J. Devich, A. Ruggles, C. Goulart, M. Rupert, L. Stodieck, P. Stafford, L. Catella, M. J. Schurr, K. Buchananb, L. Morici, J. McCracken, P. Allen, C. Baker-Coleman, T. Hammond, J. Vogel, R. Nelson, D. L. Pierson, H. M. Stefanyshyn-Piper, C. A. Nickerson

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