Proteins that associate with lamins: many faces, many functions.

Abstract

Lamin-associated polypeptides (LAPs) comprise inner nuclear membrane proteins tightly associated with the peripheral lamin scaffold as well as proteins forming stable complexes with lamins in the nucleoplasm. The involvement of LAPs in a wide range of human diseases may be linked to an equally bewildering range of their functions, including sterol reduction… (More)

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@article{Schirmer2007ProteinsTA, title={Proteins that associate with lamins: many faces, many functions.}, author={Eric C. Schirmer and Roland Foisner}, journal={Experimental cell research}, year={2007}, volume={313 10}, pages={2167-79} }