Expression and subcellular distribution of imp13 are regulated in brain development

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Imp13, a member of importin-β superfamily, is found to be one of two bidirectional transport receptors in many nuclear transport activities in mammals. Several cargoes of imp13 have been identified; most of these are essential factors involved in cell cycle and development. The expression and localization of imp13 may influence its cargoes in playing their… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11626-013-9599-z

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