nucleocytoplasmic

nucleocytoplasmic

[no̅o̅′klē·ōsī′tōplas′mik]
Etymology: L, nucleus + Gk, kytos, cell, plasma, something formed
of or relating to the nucleus and cytoplasm of a cell.
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The group of nucleocytoplasmic large DNA viruses includes viruses that are able to infect different hosts, such as animals, green algae, and unicellular eukaryotes (1).
They cover the structure and protein interactions of the nuclear envelope; the nucleocytoplasmic barrier and beyond in the plant nuclear pore complex; the functional organization of filaments in the nucleus; genomics and chromatic packaging; heterochromatic positioning and nuclear architecture; the structure, dynamics, and function of telomeres in plant meiosis, and the nuclear pore complex in symbiosis and pathogen defense.
Nevertheless, despite the absence of a classical NLS, p70S6K was nucleocytoplasmic in location and can shuttle from the cytoplasm to the nucleus on growth factor stimulation (Valovka et al.
The epithelium within this pseudopapillary lesion showed an increased nucleocytoplasmic ratio, round large nuclei, and prominent nucleoli (Figure 1, B).
TLS (FUS) binds RNA in vivo and engages in nucleocytoplasmic shuttling.
Danilo Perrotti's lab at the Ohio State University will present "Nuclear Export (Karyopherin) Inhibitors: A Novel Therapeutic Strategy for Treating bc-CML and Philadelphia-Positive (Ph+) ALL Through Interference with hnRNP Nucleocytoplasmic Shuttling and Rescue of Protein Phosphatase 2A (PP2A) Tumor Suppressor Activity"
Nucleocytoplasmic interaction in the eggs of Pteridium aquilinum maturing in the presence of thiouracil.
KSRP is associated with the terminal loop of the target miRNA precursors during nucleocytoplasmic transit and also promotes the processing of the target pre-miRNAs by Dicer in the cytoplasm.
Papers address nuclear pore complex organization and nucleoporin functions, structural analysis of karyopherin-mediated nucleocytoplasmic transport, the translocation channel of the nuclear pore complex, nuclear export of ribosomes, nuclear-cytoplasmic tRNA trafficking, mRNA export as an integrative component of gene expression, import and export of UsnRNPs, transport of inner nuclear membrane proteins, nucleocytoplasmic transport of steroid hormone receptors, the role of the cytoskeleton in nucleocytoplasmic transport, and single substrate and transport receptor molecules at the nuclear pore complex.
This review describes the different roles of acetylation involved in chromatin remodeling, gene expression, nucleocytoplasmic shuttling of proteins and also in the modification of cellular response to different DNA damaging agents that has a direct implication for the improvement of cancer therapy.
Identification of nucleocytoplasmic cycling as a remote sensor in cellular signaling by data-based modeling.