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Study provides new insights into mechanisms used by cells to transmit genetic information

Study provides new insights into mechanisms used by cells to transmit genetic information

Study uncovers how HIV DNA is blocked from entering the cell nucleus

Study uncovers how HIV DNA is blocked from entering the cell nucleus

Study: Inner nuclear envelope plays role in lipid metabolism

Study: Inner nuclear envelope plays role in lipid metabolism

Researchers delineate architecture of nuclear pore complex in yeast cells

Researchers delineate architecture of nuclear pore complex in yeast cells

Researchers produce complete 3D structure for yeast Nuclear Pore Complex

Researchers produce complete 3D structure for yeast Nuclear Pore Complex

Study provides insights into molecular mechanisms regulating cellular fate of SCCs

Study provides insights into molecular mechanisms regulating cellular fate of SCCs

DNA-sensing mechanism of innate immune system controls cellular senescence

DNA-sensing mechanism of innate immune system controls cellular senescence

Duke researchers discover potential cause for ALS syndromes using mouse models

Duke researchers discover potential cause for ALS syndromes using mouse models

Problems with nuclear membrane play role in leukemia, heart disease and aging disorders

Problems with nuclear membrane play role in leukemia, heart disease and aging disorders

Nanoparticles shaped like rods and worms could effectively deliver drugs, research suggests

Nanoparticles shaped like rods and worms could effectively deliver drugs, research suggests

Researchers study how skin stem cells respond to forces

Researchers study how skin stem cells respond to forces

Subtle changes in protein-coding gene may cause different genetic disorders

Subtle changes in protein-coding gene may cause different genetic disorders

Self-repairing cancer cells: A new pathway for cancer treatment

Self-repairing cancer cells: A new pathway for cancer treatment

Linkam stages in use in the Wolfson Bioimaging Facility at the University of Bristol as part of the endocytic sorting research of Dr Paul Verkade

Linkam stages in use in the Wolfson Bioimaging Facility at the University of Bristol as part of the endocytic sorting research of Dr Paul Verkade

New research shows that autophagy can operate in cell nucleus to guard against start of cancer

New research shows that autophagy can operate in cell nucleus to guard against start of cancer

Researchers provide new insights into biology of aging, age-related diseases

Researchers provide new insights into biology of aging, age-related diseases

Study offers new insights into construction of nuclear pores in nuclear envelope

Study offers new insights into construction of nuclear pores in nuclear envelope

Study reveals how human genome is protected from inadvertent import of viral RNA into cell

Study reveals how human genome is protected from inadvertent import of viral RNA into cell

Professor receives $1.3M EUREKA grant to explore communication between cytoplasm and nucleus

Professor receives $1.3M EUREKA grant to explore communication between cytoplasm and nucleus