Assembly of nuclear pore complexes in Xenopus egg extract.


In eukaryotic cells, chromatin is enclosed by a doublelayered membrane system, the nuclear envelope, which segregates the nuclear genome and its transcriptional apparatus from the cytoplasm. Major structural elements of the nuclear envelope include inner and outer nuclear membrane, a lamina composed of a network of intermediate filament-related proteins… (More)


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