Cytostellin distributes to nuclear regions enriched with splicing factors.

@article{Bregman1994CytostellinDT,
  title={Cytostellin distributes to nuclear regions enriched with splicing factors.},
  author={David B. Bregman and Lei Du and Ying Li and Stephen Ribisi and Stephen L. Warren},
  journal={Journal of cell science},
  year={1994},
  volume={107 ( Pt 3)},
  pages={387-96}
}
Cytostellin, a approximately 240 kDa phosphoprotein found in all cells examined from human to yeast, is predominantly intranuclear in interphase mammalian cells and undergoes continuous redistribution during the cell cycle. Here, mammalian cytostellin is shown to localize to intranuclear regions enriched with multiple splicing proteins, including spliceosome assembly factor, SC-35. Cytostellin and the splicing proteins also co-localize to discrete foci (called 'dots'), which are distributed… CONTINUE READING