nucleoplasmin

nu·cle·o·plas·min

(nū'klē-ō-plas'min),
Contents of resting (interphase) nucleus.
[nucleo- + plasma + -in]

nucleoplasmin

an acidic protein found in the nucleus that binds to histone and participates in nucleosome assembly.
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bar]170) that was originally in the Xenopus protein nucleoplasmin (14).
This mutant and other members of the nucleoplasmin family, which lack the C-terminal nucleic acid binding region, B23.
Multiple positive clones were found to contain a cDNA for protein NPM3, which belongs to the nucleoplasmin family of which protein B23 is also a member.