In vivo evidence for involvement of a 58 kDa component of nuclear pore-targeting complex in nuclear protein import.

@article{Imamoto1995InVE,
  title={In vivo evidence for involvement of a 58 kDa component of nuclear pore-targeting complex in nuclear protein import.},
  author={Naoko Imamoto and Takuya Shimamoto and Toshifumi Takao and Taro Tachibana and Shingo Kose and Masami Matsubae and Toshihiro Sekimoto and Yasutsugu Shimonishi and Yoshihiro Yoneda},
  journal={The EMBO journal},
  year={1995},
  volume={14 15},
  pages={
          3617-26
        }
}
We recently showed that a nuclear location signal (NLS)-containing karyophile forms a stable complex with cytoplasmic components for nuclear pore-targeting The complex, termed nuclear pore-targeting complex (PTAC), contained two essential proteins of 54 and 90 kDa, respectively, as estimated by electrophoresis. In this study, we found that the 54 kDa component of PTAC is the mouse homologue of Xenopus importin (m-importin). Cytoplasmic injection of the antibodies raised against recombinant m… CONTINUE READING
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