MEL-28, a Novel Nuclear-Envelope and Kinetochore Protein Essential for Zygotic Nuclear-Envelope Assembly in C. elegans

@article{Galy2006MEL28AN,
  title={MEL-28, a Novel Nuclear-Envelope and Kinetochore Protein Essential for Zygotic Nuclear-Envelope Assembly in C. elegans},
  author={Vincent Galy and Peter Askjaer and Cerstin Franz and Carmen L{\'o}pez-Iglesias and Iain W Mattaj},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2006},
  volume={16},
  pages={1748-1756}
}
The nuclear envelope (NE) of eukaryotic cells separates nucleoplasm from cytoplasm, mediates nucleo-cytoplasmic transport, and contributes to the control of gene expression. The NE consists of three major components: the nuclear membranes, the nuclear pore complexes (NPCs), and the nuclear lamina. The list of identified NE proteins has increased considerably during recent years but is most likely not complete. In most eukaryotes, the NE breaks down and is then reassembled during mitosis. The… CONTINUE READING
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