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Nuclear envelope invaginations and cancer.

Abstract:

The nuclear envelope (NE) surrounds the nucleus and separates it from the cytoplasm. The NE is not a passive structural component, but rather contributes to various cellular processes such as genome organization, transcription, signaling, and stress responses. Although the NE is mostly a smooth surface, it also forms invaginations that can reach deep into the nucleoplasm and may even traverse the nucleus completely. Cancer cells are generally characterized by irregularities and invaginations ...

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Malhas, AN More by this author
Journal:
Advances in experimental medicine and biology
Volume:
773
Pages:
523-535
Publication date:
2014
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ISSN:
0065-2598
URN:
uuid:dadd8e02-336a-4772-8d3c-e77ce8235852
Source identifiers:
450928
Local pid:
pubs:450928

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