Compartmentation of the nucleolar processing proteins in the granular component is a CK2-driven process.

@article{Louvet2006CompartmentationOT,
  title={Compartmentation of the nucleolar processing proteins in the granular component is a CK2-driven process.},
  author={Emilie Louvet and Henriette Roberte Jun{\'e}ra and Isabelle Berthuy and Dani{\'e}le Hernandez-Verdun},
  journal={Molecular biology of the cell},
  year={2006},
  volume={17 6},
  pages={
          2537-46
        }
}
To analyze the compartmentation of nucleolar protein complexes, the mechanisms controlling targeting of nucleolar processing proteins onto rRNA transcription sites has been investigated. We studied the reversible disconnection of transcripts and processing proteins using digitonin-permeabilized cells in assays capable of promoting nucleolar reorganization. The assays show that the dynamics of nucleolar reformation is ATP/GTP-dependent, sensitive to temperature, and CK2-driven. We further… CONTINUE READING

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