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XB-ART-380
Curr Biol. May 9, 2006; 16 (9): R321-3.

Nuclear actin: a lack of export allows formation of filaments.

Schuh M , Ellenberg J .


Abstract
Actin has been found in nuclei of many cell types, but little is known about its form and function. A recent study has shown that a lack of specific export allows actin to accumulate in the nucleus, where it forms a network of actin filaments that may be required to stabilize the giant nucleus of the Xenopus oocyte.

PubMed ID: 16682338
Article link: Curr Biol.

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