On the problem of establishing the subcellular localization of Dictyostelium retrotransposon TRE5-A proteins by biochemical analysis of nuclear extracts.

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At first sight a protein that is enriched in extracts prepared from nuclei by means of biochemical methods can be considered to be a nuclear protein in vivo. Although this assumption will hold true for most of the analyzed proteins, it could also lead to false interpretations. We analyzed the subcellular distribution of endogenous and plasmid-borne proteins… (More)

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@article{Hentschel2001OnTP, title={On the problem of establishing the subcellular localization of Dictyostelium retrotransposon TRE5-A proteins by biochemical analysis of nuclear extracts.}, author={Ute Hentschel and Ilse Z{\"{u}ndorf and Theo Dingermann and Thomas Winckler}, journal={Analytical biochemistry}, year={2001}, volume={296 1}, pages={83-91} }