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Studies have shown that lamin B concentrate on the chromosome surface in telophase, and lamin A is first found in an unpolymerized form in the nucleoplasm, before it gets polymerised into the lamina [12,5].
Demonstration of mechanical connections between integrins, cytoskeletal filaments, and nucleoplasm that stabilize nuclear structure.
The chromosomes carry the genes that direct heredity; the nucleolus is the site of ribosome production; and the nucleoplasm supports it all.
It consists of nucleoplasm and includes within itself variously arranged chromatin, nuclear sap, and nutritive substances.
Later the virions become dispersed in the nucleoplasm.
In 1882 Strasburger divided protoplasm into two regions, one inside the nucleus, which he called nucleoplasm, and the other outside the nucleus, which he called cytoplasm (the prefix cyto- is from the Greek word for "cell").
sup][22] suggested that NAT10 is a crucial regulator of p53 homeostasis, NAT10 stabilizes p53 by counteracting the activity of Mdm2; moreover, in response to DNA damage, nucleolar NAT10 translocates to the nucleoplasm and activates p53 to protect cells.
This might be clue to an increased amount of lamin Bi that is associated with Oct-1, resulting in less Oct-1 binding to p15 in the nucleoplasm.
II Vol In these oocytes the process of vitellogenesis has begun, there is the presence of follicular cells (early folliculogenesis), the nucleoplasm has reached its maximum growth, the ooplasm increases and becomes acidophilic (diameter = 185, SD = 68, CrI = 42%, PII = 17%, TgI = 6.
Microgamonts were characterized by peripherally arranged nuclei, with homogenous nucleoplasm and lacked nucleoli (Fig.
2009a) are targeted to the endoplasmic reticulum (ER), whereas NRF2 is localized primarily to the nucleoplasm and cytoplasm.