Cell Cycle Dynamics of the Nuclear Envelope

@inproceedings{Foisner2003CellCD,
  title={Cell Cycle Dynamics of the Nuclear Envelope},
  author={Roland Foisner},
  booktitle={TheScientificWorldJournal},
  year={2003}
}
The nuclear envelope (NE) consists of an inner and an outer membrane, nuclear pore complexes, and the underlying nuclear lamina, a filamentous scaffold structure formed by lamins. The inner membrane is linked to the lamina and chromatin by its integral membrane proteins, such as lamin B receptor (LBR), emerin, and various isoforms of lamina-associated polypeptides (LAP) 1 and 2, which bind lamins and/or chromatin. During mitosis, the NE is disassembled upon phosphorylation of its core… CONTINUE READING
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