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Nucleus2947Zellkern

Antibodies (Immungenetics)

Apicomplexan parasites

Chromatin

Chromosome (territories)

DBHS protein family

Epigenetics

Gene expression

Importin

Intermediate filaments

Karyopherin

KASH

LINC complex

Mechanotransduction

NEAT1 MEN epsilon beta

Nuclear membrane

Nuclear stress bodies

Nucleus (Microautophagy)

Nucleus (pore)

Nucleus

P54NRB NONO

Paraspeckles

Perinucleolar compartment

Proteasome (BASKET)

PSF SFPQ

PSPC1 paraspeckle protein1

RNA (non coding)

RNA (Polymerase)

Stem cell (Embryonal)

SUN

Toxoplasmosis

1987  
1
2005  
2
Dynamic view of the nuclear matrix.
[16155636] Acta Med Okayama 59(4): 113-20 (2005)
2001  
3
2000  
4
Higher levels of organization in the interphase nucleus of cycling and differentiated cells.
[10704477] Microbiol Mol Biol Rev 64(1): 138-52 (2000)
1997  
5
Nucleocytoplasmic transport of macromolecules.
[9184010] Microbiol Mol Biol Rev 61(2): 193-211 (1997)
2002  
6
The nuclear lamins and the nuclear envelope.
[12511969] Cell Mol Biol Lett 7(4): 1019-35 (2002)
2007  
7
Communication between the cytoskeleton and the nuclear envelope to position the nucleus.
[17700857] Mol Biosyst 3(9): 583-9 (2007)
2009  
8
Importins and beyond: non-conventional nuclear transport mechanisms.
[19548983] Traffic 10(9): 1188-98 (2009)
2009  
9
Lipins, lipids and nuclear envelope structure.
[19490535] Traffic 10(9): 1181-7 (2009)
2009  
10
Nuclear trafficking and functions of endocytic proteins implicated in oncogenesis.
[19453971] Traffic 10(9): 1209-20 (2009)
2005  
11
Translocation through the nuclear pore complex: selectivity and speed by reduction-of-dimensionality.
[15813752] Traffic 6(5): 421-7 (2005)
2005  
12
Mechanisms of receptor-mediated nuclear import and nuclear export.
[15702987] Traffic 6(3): 187-98 (2005)
2005  
13
Regulation of nuclear transport: central role in development and transformation?
[15702986] Traffic 6(3): 173-86 (2005)
2003  
14
Nucleocytoplasmic transport: navigating the channel.
[12656985] Traffic 4(3): 127-35 (2003)
2001  
15
Protein export from the nucleus.
[11576444] Traffic 2(10): 684-9 (2001)
2001  
16
The nuclear envelope in muscular dystrophy and cardiovascular diseases.
[11576443] Traffic 2(10): 675-83 (2001)
2000  
17
The molecular mechanism of transport of macromolecules through nuclear pore complexes.
[11208130] Traffic 1(6): 448-56 (2000)
1998  
18
Transport of macromolecules between the nucleus and the cytoplasm.
[9630243] RNA 4(4): 351-64 (1998)
2000  
19
Nucleocytoplasmic protein traffic and its significance to cell function.
[11029654] Genes Cells 5(10): 777-87 (2000)
1996  
20
Functional compartmentalization of the nucleus.
[8856494] J Cell Sci 109 ( Pt 8)(-): 1991-2000 (1996)
1988  
21
The nuclear matrix: structure and composition.
[3058729] J Cell Sci 90 ( Pt 1)(-): 11-36 (1988)
1988  
22
The nucleoskeleton: artefact, passive framework or active site?
[3058728] J Cell Sci 90 ( Pt 1)(-): 1-6 (1988)
1980  
23
Nuclear non-chromatin proteinaceous structures: their role in the organization and function of the interphase nucleus.
[7002943] J Cell Sci 44(-): 395-435 (1980)
1981  
24
The nuclear envelope and the architecture of the nuclear periphery.
[7033243] J Cell Biol 91(3 Pt 2): 39s-50s (1981)
2001  
25
The inner nuclear membrane: simple, or very complex?
[11406575] EMBO J 20(12): 2989-94 (2001)
1998  
26
Transport into and out of the cell nucleus.
[9582265] EMBO J 17(10): 2721-7 (1998)
2002  
27
Motility proteins and the origin of the nucleus.
[12382325] Anat Rec 268(3): 290-301 (2002)
2000  
28
Diversity in nucleocytoplasmic transport pathways.
[11129790] Cell Struct Funct 25(4): 207-16 (2000)
2000  
29
New steps toward the nucleocytoplasmic traffic of macromolecules.
[11129789] Cell Struct Funct 25(4): 205-6 (2000)
2007  
30
The inner nuclear envelope as a transcription factor resting place.
[17906672] EMBO Rep 8(10): 914-9 (2007)
1992  
31
1989  
32
The nucleoskeleton and the topology of transcription.
[2686987] Eur J Biochem 185(3): 487-501 (1989)
2008  
33
Nuclear lamins: major factors in the structural organization and function of the nucleus and chromatin.
[18381888] Genes Dev 22(7): 832-53 (2008)
2002  
34
Nuclear lamins: building blocks of nuclear architecture.
[11877373] Genes Dev 16(5): 533-47 (2002)
2001  
35
2001  
36
The nuclear pore complex as a transport machine.
[11283009] J Biol Chem 276(20): 16593-6 (2001)
2000  
37
Half a century of "the nuclear matrix".
[10712500] Mol Biol Cell 11(3): 799-805 (2000)
2000  
38
1994  
39
Was the nucleus the first endosymbiont?
[8159671] Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 91(8): 2880-1 (1994)
2007  
40
Crossing the nuclear envelope: hierarchical regulation of nucleocytoplasmic transport.
[18048681] Science 318(5855): 1412-6 (2007)
2007  
41
Blurring the boundary: the nuclear envelope extends its reach.
[18048680] Science 318(5855): 1408-12 (2007)
2007  
42
Toward a high-resolution view of nuclear dynamics.
[18048679] Science 318(5855): 1402-7 (2007)
2006  
43
Dynamic nuclear pore complexes: life on the edge.
[16777596] Cell 125(6): 1041-53 (2006)
2003  
44
Regulating access to the genome: nucleocytoplasmic transport throughout the cell cycle.
[12600309] Cell 112(4): 441-51 (2003)
2003  
45
Considering nuclear compartmentalization in the light of nuclear dynamics.
[12600306] Cell 112(4): 403-6 (2003)
2002  
46
A tense time for the nuclear envelope.
[11853664] Cell 108(3): 301-4 (2002)
2001  
47
Lamins and disease: insights into nuclear infrastructure.
[11257219] Cell 104(5): 647-50 (2001)
2001  
48
Positions of potential: nuclear organization and gene expression.
[11257217] Cell 104(5): 639-42 (2001)
1999  
49
Transport of proteins and RNAs in and out of the nucleus.
[10619422] Cell 99(7): 677-90 (1999)
1998  
50
Nucleocytoplasmic transport: the last 200 nanometers.
[9476893] Cell 92(3): 327-36 (1998)
2005  
51
Nuclear envelope: nuclear pore complexity.
[15649347] Curr Biol 15(1): R23-6 (2005)
2002  
52
Order and disorder in the nucleus.
[11882311] Curr Biol 12(5): R185-92 (2002)
2001  
53
Nuclear migration: cortical anchors for cytoplasmic dynein.
[11369225] Curr Biol 11(8): R326-9 (2001)
1998  
54
Nucleocytoplasmic transport: driving and directing transport.
[9635180] Curr Biol 8(11): R368-72 (1998)
1998  
55
Cell nucleus: chromosome dynamics in nuclei of living cells.
[9560332] Curr Biol 8(9): R321-4 (1998)
2007  
56
Nuclear architecture--an island no more.
[17336900] Dev Cell 12(3): 329-34 (2007)
2006  
57
From pore to kinetochore and back: regulating envelope assembly.
[16950119] Dev Cell 11(3): 276-8 (2006)
2004  
58
Nuclear pore complex structure: unplugged and dynamic pores.
[15572121] Dev Cell 7(6): 780-1 (2004)
2003  
59
Peering through the pore: nuclear pore complex structure, assembly, and function.
[12791264] Dev Cell 4(6): 775-89 (2003)
2002  
60
Protein and RNA export from the nucleus.
[11879632] Dev Cell 2(3): 261-72 (2002)
2008  
61
The nuclear envelope as an integrator of nuclear and cytoplasmic architecture.
[18474238] FEBS Lett 582(14): 2023-32 (2008)
2001  
62
The rules and roles of nucleocytoplasmic shuttling proteins.
[11412848] FEBS Lett 498(2-3): 157-63 (2001)
2001  
63
2001  
64
Molecular mechanism of translocation through nuclear pore complexes during nuclear protein import.
[11412846] FEBS Lett 498(2-3): 145-9 (2001)
1999  
65
Nuclear transport and transcriptional regulation.
[10376683] FEBS Lett 452(1-2): 82-6 (1999)
1995  
66
Nucleocytoplasmic transport: factors and mechanisms.
[7543863] FEBS Lett 369(1): 107-12 (1995)
1993  
67
1990  
68
Active transport of proteins into the nucleus.
[2175710] FEBS Lett 275(1-2): 1-5 (1990)
2010  
69
The architecture of functional neighborhoods within the mammalian cell nucleus.
[19948182] Adv Enzyme Regul 50(1): 126-34 (2010)
2011  
70
Nuclear actin in transcriptional reprogramming by oocytes: are actin nucleators key players?
[21869611] Cell Cycle 10(18): 3040-1 (2011)
2004  
71
The nuclear envelope and human disease.
[15381760] Physiology (Bethesda) 19(-): 309-14 (2004)
2008  
72
Nuclear shape, mechanics, and mechanotransduction.
[18535268] Circ Res 102(11): 1307-18 (2008)
2006  
73
The nuclear ubiquitin-proteasome system.
[16687735] J Cell Sci 119(Pt 10): 1977-84 (2006)
2009  
74
A nuclear-envelope bridge positions nuclei and moves chromosomes.
[19225124] J Cell Sci 122(Pt 5): 577-86 (2009)
2004  
75
Dynamics of the mammalian nucleus: can microscopic movements help us to understand our genes?
[15539370] Philos Transact A Math Phys Eng Sci 362(1825): 2775-93 (2004)
2004  
76
Nuclear lipids: key signaling effectors in the nervous system and other tissues.
[14595003] J Lipid Res 45(1): 1-8 (2004)
2007  
77
Epigenetic control of nuclear architecture.
[17221334] Cell Mol Life Sci 64(4): 449-57 (2007)
2010  
78
2009  
79
2010  
80
2010  
81
2010  
82
2010  
83
2007  
84
Moving chromatin within the interphase nucleus-controlled transitions?
[17905613] Semin Cell Dev Biol 18(5): 698-706 (2007)
2011  
85
2009  
86
Bringing KASH under the SUN: the many faces of nucleo-cytoskeletal connections.
[19687252] J Cell Biol 186(4): 461-72 (2009)
2009  
87
Paraspeckles: nuclear bodies built on long noncoding RNA.
[19720872] J Cell Biol 186(5): 637-44 (2009)
2008  
88
As functional nuclear actin comes into view, is it globular, filamentous, or both?
[18347069] J Cell Biol 180(6): 1061-4 (2008)
2003  
89
A molecular dissection of nuclear function. Conference on the dynamic nucleus: questions and implications.
[12524514] EMBO Rep 4(1): 18-23 (2003)
2007  
90
Nucleocytoplasmic transport of proteins.
[18282135] Biochemistry (Mosc) 72(13): 1439-57 (2007)
2010  
91
Nuclear phosphoinositides: a signaling enigma wrapped in a compartmental conundrum.
[19846310] Trends Cell Biol 20(1): 25-35 (2010)
2008  
92
Physiological importance of RNA and protein mobility in the cell nucleus.
[17994245] Histochem Cell Biol 129(1): 5-11 (2008)
2007  
93
Quantitative analysis of cell nucleus organisation.
[17676980] PLoS Comput Biol 3(7): e138 (2007)
2009  
94
The ins and outs of nuclear trafficking: unusual aspects in apicomplexan parasites.
[19348590] DNA Cell Biol 28(6): 277-84 (2009)
2009  
95
Changing nuclear landscape and unique PML structures during early epigenetic transitions of human embryonic stem cells.
[19449340] J Cell Biochem 107(4): 609-21 (2009)
2011  
96
2011  
97
Cytoskeletal and nuclear ("nucleoskeletal") intermediate filaments and disease.
[21406588] Mol Biol Cell 22(6): 725 (2011)
2011  
98
A perspective of the dynamic structure of the nucleus explored at the single-molecule level.
[20842420] Chromosome Res 19(1): 117-29 (2011)
2010  
99
The intricacy of nuclear membrane dynamics during nucleophagy.
[21327066] Nucleus 1(3): 213-23 (2010)
2010  
100
Ion channels at the nucleus: electrophysiology meets the genome.
[20410254] Mol Plant 3(4): 642-52 (2010)
2010  
101
2011  
102
Transcription and recombination factories: common features?
[21169003] Curr Opin Cell Biol 23(3): 318-24 (2011)

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