The moving parts of the nucleolus

@article{Olson2005TheMP,
  title={The moving parts of the nucleolus},
  author={Mark O. J. Olson and Miroslav Dundr},
  journal={Histochemistry and Cell Biology},
  year={2005},
  volume={123},
  pages={203-216}
}
The cell nucleolus is the subnuclear body in which ribosomal subunits are assembled, and it is also the location of several processes not related to ribosome biogenesis. Recent studies have revealed that nucleolar components move about in a variety of ways. One class of movement is associated with ribosome assembly, which is a vectorial process originating at the sites of transcription in the border region between the fibrillar center and the dense fibrillar component. The nascent preribosomal… CONTINUE READING

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