extranuclear


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ex·tra·nu·cle·ar

(eks'tră-nū'klē-ĕr),
Located outside, or not involving, a cell nucleus.

extranuclear

/ex·tra·nu·cle·ar/ (-noo´kle-er) situated or occurring outside a cell nucleus.

extranuclear

(ĕk′strə-no͞o′klē-ər, -nyo͞o′-)
adj.
1. Located or occurring outside the nucleus of a cell.
2. Existing or acting outside the nucleus of an atom.

extranuclear

(ĕks″tră-nū′klē-ăr) [L. extra, outside, + nucleus, kernel]
Outside a nucleus.
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Although there is an object corresponding to any combination of nuclear properties, intentional properties or predicates like "conceive" or "imagine" or "believe" are extranuclear.
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Nuclear and extranuclear pathway inputs in the regulation of global gene expression by oestrogen receptors.
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