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Quantification of nuclear transport in single cells

bioRxiv

Jan 13, 2014

Lucía DurrieuAlejandro Colman-Lerner

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Regulation of nuclear transport is a key cellular function involved in many central processes, such as gene expression regulation and signal transduction. Rates of protein movement between cellular compartments can be measured by FRAP. However, no standard and reliable methods to calcul...read more

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Regulation of Biological Process
Diffusion Weighted Imaging
Compartment Syndromes
Nuclear Transport
Molecular Transport
Yeasts
FRAP1 protein, human
Profile (Lab Procedure)
Fluorescence Recovery After Photobleaching
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Quantification of nuclear transport in single cells

bioRxiv

Jan 13, 2014

Lucía DurrieuAlejandro Colman-Lerner

PMID: 990001768

DOI: 10.1101/001768

Abstract

Regulation of nuclear transport is a key cellular function involved in many central processes, such as gene expression regulation and signal transduction. Rates of protein movement between cellular compartments can be measured by FRAP. However, no standard and reliable methods to calcul...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Regulation of Biological Process
Diffusion Weighted Imaging
Compartment Syndromes
Nuclear Transport
Molecular Transport
Yeasts
FRAP1 protein, human
Profile (Lab Procedure)
Fluorescence Recovery After Photobleaching
SEC1
2
12
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