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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.

Top 20 most recent papers
The Journal of Cell Biology

Cyclin B1-Cdk1 facilitates MAD1 release from the nuclear pore to ensure a robust spindle checkpoint

The Journal of Cell BiologyApril 3, 2020
Mark JackmanJonathon Pines
Journal of Virology

Remodeling of the core leads HIV-1 pre-integration complex in the nucleus of human lymphocytes

Journal of VirologyApril 3, 2020
Guillermo Blanco-RodriguezFrancesca Di Nunzio
Molecular Biology of the Cell

Conformational diversity of dynactin sidearm and domain organization of its subunit p150

Molecular Biology of the CellApril 3, 2020
Kei SaitoYoko Y Toyoshima
Communications Biology

Free-energy landscapes of membrane co-translocational protein unfolding

Communications BiologyApril 5, 2020
Christian Bech RosenDavid Rodriguez-Larrea
FEBS Letters

Role of Cytoplasmic Dynein and Kinesins in Adenovirus Transport

FEBS LettersMarch 28, 2020
Julian SchererRichard B Vallee
Journal of Neurochemistry

Pannexin-1 in the CNS: emerging concepts in health and disease

Journal of NeurochemistryMarch 13, 2020
Albert K YeungMichael F Jackson
Trends in Biochemical Sciences

Nucleoporin Condensates Drive Nuclear Pore Complex Assembly in Oocytes

Trends in Biochemical SciencesMarch 15, 2020
George W Mobbs, André Hoelz
Dentistry Journal

Clinical Evaluation of the Nasopalatine Canal in Implant-Prosthetic Treatment: A Pilot Study

Dentistry JournalApril 5, 2020
Enrique Fernández BodereauPatricia Tortolini
Nature Structural & Molecular Biology

Cryo-EM structures of the ATP release channel pannexin 1

Nature Structural & Molecular BiologyApril 2, 2020
Zengqin DengPeng Yuan
Frontiers in Genetics

Recruitment of an Activated Gene to the Yeast Nuclear Pore Complex Requires Sumoylation

Frontiers in GeneticsMarch 27, 2020
Natasha O SaikRichard W Wozniak
Langmuir : the ACS Journal of Surfaces and Colloids

Cyclic Activity of an Osmotically-Stressed Liposome in a Finite Hypotonic Environment

Langmuir : the ACS Journal of Surfaces and ColloidsMarch 19, 2020
Ali ImranLiviu Movileanu

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