Compartmentalization of the splicing machinery in plant cell nuclei.
- Published Article
Trends in Plant Science
- Publication Date
Dec 01, 2004
The cell nucleus is a membrane-surrounded organelle that contains numerous compartments in addition to chromatin. Compartmentalization of the nucleus is now accepted as an important feature for the organization of nuclear processes and for gene expression. Recent studies on nuclear organization of splicing factors in plant cells provide insights into the compartmentalization of the plant cell nuclei and conservation of nuclear compartments between plants and metazoans.
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