A Drosophila Tpr protein homolog is localized both in the extrachromosomal channel network and to nuclear pore complexes.

@article{Zimowska1997ADT,
  title={A Drosophila Tpr protein homolog is localized both in the extrachromosomal channel network and to nuclear pore complexes.},
  author={Grazyna J. Zimowska and John P. Aris and Michael R Paddy},
  journal={Journal of cell science},
  year={1997},
  volume={110 ( Pt 8)},
  pages={927-44}
}
Here we report structural, molecular, and biochemical characterizations of Bx34, a Drosophila melanogaster nuclear coiled-coil protein which is localized to extrachromosomal and extranucleolar spaces in the nuclear interior and which is homologous to the mammalian nuclear pore complex protein Tpr. In the nuclear interior, Bx34 is excluded from chromosomes and the nucleolus and generally localizes to regions between these structures and the nuclear periphery. This distribution matches the… CONTINUE READING

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