LBR, a chromatin and lamin binding protein from the inner nuclear membrane, is proteolyzed at late stages of apoptosis.


Chromatin condensation and apposition to the nuclear envelope is an important feature of the execution phase of apoptosis. During this process, lamin proteins that are located between the inner nuclear membrane and heterochromatin are proteolyzed by the apoptosis-specific protease caspase 6. We have investigated the fate of nuclear membranes during… (More)


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