nuclear envelope


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nuclear envelope

[′nü·klē·ər ′en·və‚lōp]
(cell and molecular biology)
A structure consisting of two membranes that surrounds the nucleus; the outermost membrane is continuous with the rough endoplasmic reticulum.
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The geometry of this model is composed of sub domains; extracellular medium cellular membrane cytoplasm nuclear envelope perinuclear space nuclear membrane and nucleus.
2]) or directly convert it to phosphatidic acid, delays or inhibits the membrane fusion leading to formation of the nuclear envelope, and transforms the ER into extended sheet structures at the expense of the more highly curved tubules.
When seen edge-on the wing-like plastids appear to interact with the nuclear envelope (Fig.
Then, by using an approach to model what happens when these neural stem cells aged, they found that older Parkinson disease neural stem cells increasingly displayed deformed nuclear envelopes and nuclear architecture.
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Nuclear membrane, along with nuclear lamina on its inner periphery, constitutes the nuclear envelope (NE).
The nuclear envelope is contiguous with another internal cell membrane system: the endoplasmic reticulum.
The "mechanical stress hypothesis" model suggests that the lamins and their associated proteins form a filamentous nucleoskeleton that supports the nuclear envelope (NE).
Atypical p-ANCA" in IBD and hepatobiliary disorders react with a 50-kilodalton nuclear envelope protein of neutrophils and myeloid cell lines.
The eukaryotic membrane systems, including the nuclear envelope, then formed within the boundaries of this archaeal cell through the invagination of the outer membrane.
In prophase, distinct POs develop adjacent to the nuclear envelope in the deeply lobed sporocytes and the nucleus is drawn into a tetrahedron.
The nuclear envelope (NE) harbors key roles in cellular and organismal homeostasis, reflected by a variety of diseases caused by mutations in NE proteins.

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