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nucleocytoplasmic

Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to the relationship between the nucleus and the cytoplasm of a cell

Etymologies

nucleo- +‎ cytoplasmic (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • An intriguing example of the coupling among the expression machineries is the observation that RNA splicing influences many subsequent steps of mRNA metabolism such as nucleocytoplasmic export

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  • [9]; but it is believed that the composition of EJC imprints mRNA with information required for many following steps of mRNA metabolism such as nucleocytoplasmic export, and these downstream processes are highly dependent on EJC position along the mRNA

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  • Introns and their splicing are tightly coupled with the subsequent mRNA maturation steps, especially nucleocytoplasmic export.

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  • These observations implied that during evolution, minimal introns may have been conserved in these highly abundant and large mRNAs to facilitate specific regulation on nucleocytoplasmic export.

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  • EJC at exon-exon junction surrounding minimal intron may have unique composition, imprinting minimal intron-containing genes with distinctive signals that guide a specific nucleocytoplasmic export pathway.

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  • Although there are many studies that look at the traffic in the nucleus and through the nuclear envelope we propose a method to detect the nucleocytoplasmic transport kinetics in an unperturbed cell, with no requirement for specific labeling of isolated molecules and, most important, in the presence of the cell milieu.

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  • F, Jinek M, Conti E (2007) Structural biology of nucleocytoplasmic transport.

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  • We have uncovered a mechanism by which oestrogen can regulate gonadal development through the nucleocytoplasmic shuttling of SOX9.

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  • To address the question of the location and temporal relationships of OGFr nucleocytoplasmic trafficking, a probe of OGFr fused to green fluorescent protein (eGFP) was constructed.

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  • (OGF, [Met5] - enkephalin), a clinically important antitumor agent, is dependent on nucleocytoplasmic translocation and reliant on the integrity of nuclear localization signals in the OGF receptor (OGFr).

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