nuclear export signal

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nuclear export signal

One or more clusters of receptor-specific basic amino acids that are present on macromolecules (proteins and ribonucleioproteins) and tag them for transportation across the nuclear pore complex. The signal for exporting cellular RNAs is uncertain, and requires completion of post-translational processing events.
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A decline in the US domestic nuclear energy industry and coincident decline in the nation's commercial nuclear export presence has potential broad national strategic implications in the economic, defense, regional geopolitical, and energy realms.
Some of the NSG members have since emphasized that nuclear export controls, while going beyond the NPT, should strengthen the non-proliferation architecture by preventing the spread of sensitive nuclear technologies to problematic states.
XPO1 is a key mediator of the nuclear export of proteins, many of which control transcription of downstream neuroprotectant genes including potential therapeutic targets for ALS.
MRB decreased the nuclear level of cyclin D1 and the inhibition of nuclear export by LMB attenuated MRB-mediated cyclin D1 degradation.
For the nuclear export control regime, the UAE plans to participate in the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) and implement import and export control rules for nuclear equipment and technology.
Reacting to the joint statement suggesting that India is ready to join the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) and other nuclear export control regimes, the adviser said Pakistan is opposed to "yet another countryspecific exemption" from NSG rules to grant membership to India.
It would also make a mockery of the Security Council's multiple resolutions embargoing nuclear transfers to Iran and deal a grievous blow to the extensive efforts of the United States and other concerned governments to promote tighter nuclear export controls worldwide.
The arrests were immediately seen as a threat to Korea's nuclear export ambitions, as President Lee Myung-bak was pushing for further NPP export sales and seeking to assuage post-Fukushima concerns (Kang 2012).
Nearly 60 percent of the survey respondents were against Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's nuclear export policy while only 24 percent declared their approval for the policy, the Japan Times reports.
Critics are blasting the government in Korea after indications that work on a project in Busan may have more to do with satisfying the $40bn nuclear export contract with the UAE than domestic demand, reported Korean daily The Hankyoreh .
Cost: A bilateral nuclear export deal worth its salt would have to spell out who pays for what.
He demonstrates how peaceful nuclear cooperation facilitates the spread of nuclear weapons and explains why nuclear export strategies backfire.

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