The Potential Roles of Actin in The Nucleus

  title={The Potential Roles of Actin in The Nucleus},
  author={Khadijeh Falahzadeh and Amir Banaei-Esfahani and Maryam Shahhoseini},
  booktitle={Cell journal},
Over the past few decades, actin's presence in the nucleus has been demonstrated. Actin is a key protein necessary for different nuclear processes. Although actin is well known for its functional role in dynamic behavior of the cytoskeleton, emerging studies are now highlighting new roles for actin. At the present time there is no doubt about the presence of actin in the nucleus. A number of studies have uncovered the functional involvement of actin in nuclear processes. Actin as one of the… CONTINUE READING
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