Lamins and their functions in cell cycle.
- Published Article
Membrane & cell biology
- Publication Date
Jul 01, 2001
The data on the structure, functions, and classification of lamins, the main protein components of nuclear lamina, are reviewed. The participation of lamina in the rearrangements of the nuclear membrane during cell division is considered in detail. The recent data on the organization of interphase chromatin and its interaction with the nuclear peripheral structures are described.
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