Nuclear Functions of Nucleolin through Global Proteomics and Interactomic Approaches.

@article{Salvetti2016NuclearFO,
  title={Nuclear Functions of Nucleolin through Global Proteomics and Interactomic Approaches.},
  author={A. Salvetti and Y. Cout{\'e} and Alberto Epstein and L. Arata and Alexandra Kraut and V. Navratil and P. Bouvet and A. Greco},
  journal={Journal of proteome research},
  year={2016},
  volume={15 5},
  pages={
          1659-69
        }
}
Nucleolin (NCL) is a major component of the cell nucleolus, which has the ability to rapidly shuttle to several other cells' compartments. NCL plays important roles in a variety of essential functions, among which are ribosome biogenesis, gene expression, and cell growth. However, the precise mechanisms underlying NCL functions are still unclear. Our study aimed to provide new information on NCL functions via the identification of its nuclear interacting partners. Using an interactomics… Expand
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