Systematic identification of pathological lamin A interactors

@article{Dittmer2014SystematicIO,
  title={Systematic identification of pathological lamin A interactors},
  author={Travis A. Dittmer and Nidhi Sahni and Nard Kubben and D. Hill and M. Vidal and R. Burgess and Vassilis Roukos and T. Misteli},
  journal={Molecular Biology of the Cell},
  year={2014},
  volume={25},
  pages={1493 - 1510}
}
  • Travis A. Dittmer, Nidhi Sahni, +5 authors T. Misteli
  • Published 2014
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Molecular Biology of the Cell
  • As essential components of the cell nucleus, lamins play key roles in organizing genomes and as protein–protein interaction platforms. Mutations in lamin A cause a diverse set of human diseases. This work describes the identification of lamin A partners and assesses how interactions are affected by a comprehensive set of lamin A disease mutations. 
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