Nuclear Envelope Remnants: Fluid Membranes Enriched in STEROLS and Polyphosphoinositides

@article{GarnierLhomme2009NuclearER,
  title={Nuclear Envelope Remnants: Fluid Membranes Enriched in STEROLS and Polyphosphoinositides},
  author={Marie Garnier-Lhomme and Richard D. Byrne and Tina M. C. Hobday and Stephen Gschmeissner and Rudiger Woscholski and Dominic L. Poccia and Erick J. Dufourc and Banafsh{\'e} Larijani},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2009},
  volume={4},
  pages={339 - 368}
}
BACKGROUND The cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells is a highly dynamic compartment where membranes readily undergo fission and fusion to reorganize the cytoplasmic architecture, and to import, export and transport various cargos within the cell. The double membrane of the nuclear envelope that surrounds the nucleus, segregates the chromosomes from cytoplasm and regulates nucleocytoplasmic transport through pores. Many details of its formation are still unclear. At fertilization the sperm devoid of… CONTINUE READING
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