Scapinin, a putative protein phosphatase-1 regulatory subunit associated with the nuclear nonchromatin structure.

@article{Sagara2003ScapininAP,
  title={Scapinin, a putative protein phosphatase-1 regulatory subunit associated with the nuclear nonchromatin structure.},
  author={Junji Sagara and Tsukasa Higuchi and Yukiko Hattori and Mie Moriya and Haritha Sarvotham and Hiroshi Shima and Haruki Shirato and Kunimi Kikuchi and Shunichiro Taniguchi},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={2003},
  volume={278 46},
  pages={45611-9}
}
It is thought that the nuclear nonchromatin structures, such as the nuclear matrix and lamina, play regulatory roles in gene expression. In this study, we identified an insoluble protein that was associated with the chromatin-depleted nuclear structure of proliferating human leukemia HL-60 cells. Preparation of the chromatin-depleted nuclear structure, referred to as the nuclear matrix-intermediate filament scaffold (Fey, E., Krochmalnic, G., and Penman, S. (1986) J. Cell. Biol. 102, 1654-1665… CONTINUE READING

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