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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «NUCLEOPLASMIC» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «NUCLEOPLASMIC»
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Functional Organization of the Plant Nucleus
The nucleoplasmic reticulum exists in many cells as invaginations of both inner
and outer nuclear envelope, often traversing the nucleus. As their lumen is
connected directly to the cytoplasm, they greatly increase the surface area of the
Iris Meier, 2008
FLJ90254, a Novel Nucleoplasmic Protein Phosphatase-1 ...
Protein phosphatase-1 is one of many protein phosphatases that are involved in reversible phosphorylation.
Tony Stuart Ferrar, 2008
RNA Trafficking and Nuclear Structure Dynamics
2.1 Three-Dimensional-Analysis of Nucleoplasmic BR RNP Particles by Electron
Tomography We decided to study the intranuclear transport of mRNPs from the
gene to the NPC by directly visualizing BR RNP particles in transit from the gene
Philippe Jeanteur, 2004
The nucleolar localization of nucleostemin involves a positively charged, basic
nucleolus-targeting domain (B), a nucleolar retention signal (RS), and a
nucleoplasmic localization signal coupled with a regulatory module (NpLS).
Compared to ...
Mark O. J. Olson, 2011
Heart Rate and Rhythm: Molecular Basis, Pharmacological ...
The role of Ca2+ in controlling nuclear signaling has been established in some
studies [57, 58]. In cardiomyocytes, nuclei are closely associated with SR; the
nucleus of adult cardiomyocytes is reported to possess a nucleoplasmic
Onkar N. Tripathi, Ursula Ravens, Michael C. Sanguinetti, 2011
Cellular Signaling and Apoptosis Research
In addition, recent data showed that the nucleus contains a nucleoplasmic
reticulum with the capacity to regulate Ca2+ signals in localized nuclear regions [
6,7]. However, the mechanisms of the crosstalk between the plasma membrane
Alex R. Demasi, 2007
PROG NUCLEIC ACID RES&MOLECULAR BIO
E. Synthesis of Other Classes of RNA The isotope-dilution method used to
characterize the synthesis of rRNA and tRNA cannot be applied to the
metabolically unstable nucleoplasmic RNAs and cytoplasmic mRNAs, and little is
known about ...
Waldo E. Cohn, 1980
In addition, fibers have been reported to be associated with the inner face of the
NPC, presumably attached to the nucleoplasmic thin ring (Franke and Scheer,
1970a; Scheer et al., 1988). Early models portrayed nuclear fibers as forming a ...
Carl Feldherr, 1992
(C) A binucleated cell with nucleoplasmic bridge between main nuclei and two
micronuclei. (D) A binucleated cell with six micronuclei of various sizes; this type
of cell is rarely seen. Fig. 6. Occasionally, binucleated cells (or cells that
Rosalyn D. Blumenthal, 2005
5.3 Nup93–nup205–nup188 complex Identification of the nucleoporin nup93
revealed it to be the vertebrate homologue of the yeast nucleoporin Nic96p
localized at the distal end of the nucleoplasmic basket of the vertebrate NPC.
Grandi et al ...
David Evans, Chris Hutchison, John Bryant, 2004
7 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «NUCLEOPLASMIC»
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Role of p14ARF-HDM2-p53 axis in SOX6-mediated tumor suppression
We next investigated the mechanism responsible for the SOX6-induced nucleoplasmic translocation of p14ARF. NPM1 was considered first, ... «Nature.com, Jun 15»
HIPK2 restricts SIRT1 activity upon severe DNA damage by a …
AROS was shown to localize to nucleoli and nucleoplasmic ribosomes, and depletion of AROS resulted in reduction of 40 S ribosomal subunits ... «Nature.com, Jun 15»
High-performance microscope displays pores in the cell nucleus …
... is comprised of several layered rings: the cytoplasmic ring (gold), the spoke ring within the pore (blue) and the nucleoplasmic ring (green). «Nanowerk, Jun 15»
Nuclear envelope Curving out a nuclear pore
... of a cylindrical core lining a highly curved opening in the nuclear envelope and a basket-like structure attached to the nucleoplasmic side. «Nature.com, May 15»
Transient elevation of glycolysis confers radio-resistance by …
Molecular mechanisms of micronucleus, nucleoplasmic bridge and nuclear bud formation in mammalian and human cells. Mutagenesis 2011 ... «BMC Blogs Network, Apr 15»
Human Dental pulp stem cells (hDPSCs): isolation, enrichment and …
Conversely, Osx showed a peculiar nucleoplasmic localization. No significant differences were observed between the two hDPSCs ... «BMC Blogs Network, Mar 15»
Genome-wide protein–DNA binding dynamics suggest a molecular …
The ratio of Rap1 isoforms provided an estimate of the nucleoplasmic pool of Rap1 molecules (Fig. 1d). We then performed Myc and Flag ChIP ... «Nature.com, Apr 12»
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