NSP1: a yeast nuclear envelope protein localized at the nuclear pores exerts its essential function by its carboxy-terminal domain.

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NSP1 is located at the nuclear periphery in yeast and is essential for cell growth. Employing immunoelectron microscopy on yeast cells, we show that NSP1 is located at the nuclear pores. The molecular analysis of the NSP1 protein points to a two domain model: a nonessential domain (the first 603 amino acids) composed of repetitive sequences common to other… (More)

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@article{Nehrbass1990NSP1AY, title={NSP1: a yeast nuclear envelope protein localized at the nuclear pores exerts its essential function by its carboxy-terminal domain.}, author={Ulf Nehrbass and Hannelore Kern and Anders Peter Mutvei and H. Horstmann and B Marshallsay and Elizabeth Hurt}, journal={Cell}, year={1990}, volume={61 6}, pages={979-89} }