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Nuclear Pore: Structure & Function

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The nuclear pore is a large complex of proteins that allow macromolecules to cross from the nucleus to the cytoplasm and vice versa. Discover the latest research on the structure and function of the nuclear pore here.

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Science Translational Medicine

GDNF rescues the fate of neural progenitor grafts by attenuating Notch signals in the injured spinal cord in rodents

Science Translational MedicineJanuary 10, 2020
Mohamad KhazaeiMichael G Fehlings

Induction of Recurrent Break Cluster Genes in Neural Progenitor Cells Differentiated from Embryonic Stem Cells In Culture

bioRxivDecember 30, 2019
Aseda TenaFrederick W. Alt

A novel transcriptional signalling pathway mediated by the trafficking protein Ambra1 via scaffolding Atf2 complexes

bioRxivJanuary 9, 2020
Christina SchoenherrMargaret C. Frame

Cryo-EM structures of the ATP release channel pannexin 1

bioRxivJanuary 6, 2020
Zengqin DengPeng Yuan

An unorthodox mechanism underlying voltage sensitivity of TRPV1 ion channel

bioRxivJanuary 6, 2020
Fan YangJie Zheng
Nature Methods

MINFLUX nanoscopy delivers 3D multicolor nanometer resolution in cells

Nature MethodsJanuary 15, 2020
Klaus C GwoschStefan W Hell

Origin of the nuclear proteome on the basis of pre-existing nuclear localization signals in prokaryotic proteins

bioRxivJanuary 7, 2020
Olga M. LisitsynaEugene V. Sheval
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces

Cellulose Nanocrystal-Templated Tin Dioxide Thin Films for Gas Sensing

ACS Applied Materials & InterfacesJanuary 4, 2020
Alesja IvanovaThomas Bein
Scientific Reports

Author Correction: Moderate Nucleoporin 133 deficiency leads to glomerular damage in zebrafish

Scientific ReportsJanuary 16, 2020
Chiara Cianciolo CosentinoValérie Doye

Role of astrogial Connexin 43 in pneumococcal meningitis and pneumolysin cytotoxicity

bioRxivJanuary 15, 2020
Chakir BelloGuy Tran Van Nhieu
Sub-cellular Biochemistry

Structure and Function of the TREX-2 Complex

Sub-cellular BiochemistryJanuary 16, 2020
Murray Stewart
Journal of Endocrinological Investigation

Two novel truncating variants of the AAAS gene causative of the triple A syndrome

Journal of Endocrinological InvestigationJanuary 16, 2020
V VezzoliM Bonomi
The FEBS Journal

Poor old pores - The challenge of making and maintaining nuclear pore complexes in aging

The FEBS JournalJanuary 9, 2020
I L RempelL M Veenhoff
International Journal of Molecular Sciences

Elucidating the Structural Basis of the Intracellular pH Sensing Mechanism of TASK-2 K2 P Channels

International Journal of Molecular SciencesJanuary 18, 2020
Daniel BustosWendy González

Monitoring the Whole Cycle Length Change of Cement Mortar Incorporated with SRA by CMOS Image Sensor

SensorsJanuary 18, 2020
Hao WuShuang Lu
Data in Brief

Dataset on the influence of gas-to-liquid biosludge on arid soil properties and growth performance of alfalfa

Data in BriefJanuary 16, 2020
Reginald B KogbaraHayel M Al-Wawi
Nature Communications

The nuclear pore complex prevents sister chromatid recombination during replicative senescence

Nature CommunicationsJanuary 11, 2020
Paula AguileraVincent Géli

Fusion Pore Formation Observed During SNARE-Mediated Vesicle Fusion with Pore-Spanning Membranes

bioRxivJanuary 17, 2020
Peter MühlenbrockClaudia Steinem

Assessing the Extent of Structural and Dynamic Modulation of Membrane Lipids due to Pore Forming Toxins: Insights from Molecular Dynamics Simulations

bioRxivJanuary 14, 2020
Vadhana VaradarajanK Ganapathy Ayappa

Two forms of Opa1 cooperate to complete fusion of the mitochondrial inner-membrane

ELifeJanuary 11, 2020
Yifan GeLuke H Chao

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