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Bacterial sRNAs are a class of small regulatory RNAs of about 40–500 nt in length (Huang et al., 2009). They comprise three groups (Cao et al., 2010). The first group includes cis-acting sRNAs, which perfectly match their targets with overlapping regions. The second group is comprised of trans-acting sRNAs, which imperfectly match their targets and show separation regions. The third group includes protein-binding sRNAs. Source text: Wang et al., 2016.