Emerging role for nuclear rotation and orientation in cell migration.

Abstract

Nucleus movement, positioning, and orientation is precisely specified and actively regulated within cells, and it plays a critical role in many cellular and developmental processes. Mutation of proteins that regulate the nucleus anchoring and movement lead to diverse pathologies, laminopathies in particular, suggesting that the nucleus correct positioning… (More)
DOI: 10.4161/cam.27761

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@article{Maninov2014EmergingRF, title={Emerging role for nuclear rotation and orientation in cell migration.}, author={Miloslava Maninov{\'a} and Marcin P. Iwanicki and Tom{\'a}{\vs} Vomastek}, journal={Cell adhesion & migration}, year={2014}, volume={8 1}, pages={42-8} }