Transport into and out of the cell nucleus.

  title={Transport into and out of the cell nucleus.},
  author={Dirk G{\"o}rlich},
  journal={The EMBO journal},
  volume={17 10},
A hallmark of eukaryotic cells is their separation into compartments. These compartments are surrounded by membranes that are impermeable to macromolecules. As most proteins are synthesised in the cytoplasm, specific transport systems have evolved to allow proteins to be imported from the cytoplasm into these compartments. I have been fascinated by this intracellular trafficking from the very beginning of my scientific life and had my first practical encounter with the problem in 1987 during a… CONTINUE READING
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